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Stoves and Furnaces 

Fall and Winter 



1934 -:- 1935 



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No. 336 




JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 



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This catalog is divided into three sections as follows: 



Coal and Wood Section 
Gas Section 
Liquid Fuel Section 



Pages 3 to 191 
Pages 193 to 240 
Pages 242 to 290 




At the start of each section you will find a general index, 
giving the pages on which all major items are to be found. 



We trust that by using these Sectional Indexes you will 
be able to locate any specific item easily and quickly. In case 



you do not find the item you want in this catalog, please write us 



for full information. 



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COAL and WOOD SECTION 



Pages 
Ranges -- 7-21 

Cook Stoves 22 

Kitchen Heaters - - 23 

Laundry Stoves ^ ^ 24 

Circulation Heaters ^ ^ - ^ . ^ ^ 25-49 

Heating Stoves - - -51 -59 

Air Tights - - 60 

Fireplace Equipment 62-65 

Steam and Hot Water Boilers 68-79 

Radiation - - 82-87 

Hot Water Heating Sundries 89-103 

Furnaces - 104-119 

Furnace Fans 1 20- 1 22 

Furnace Pipe and Fittings 136-152 

Registers 153-167 

Stove Pipe and Elbows ^ - - ^ . . 176-178 

Weatherstrip - 184 

Tank Heaters 189-190 



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STOVE INFORMATION 

UifiATiNU APPAHATUS AND DRAFTS, 



By N. G. Neere. A. M., M. E. 

It requires no technical education to decide in one's mind 
that fuel enclosed in heating apparatus will not burn satis- 
factorily without draft, and that there is no draft inherent 
in a stove or furnace. 

But every dealer who has ever sold a stove or furnace has 
been annoyed by complaints of customers that the stove did 
not draw or that the draft of the furnace was not satisfac- 

It is hard to convince the average man that the heating 
apparatus for which he has just paid (or promised to pay) 
in good hard dollars, is not almost human, but as a matter 
of fact stoves have no respiratory organs and the fuel they 
contain will burn satisfactorily only when there is a satis- 
factory draft. ^ - . 

The man who makes or sells the stove or furnace is not 
responsible for the architecture of the house in which it is 
set up, and therefore cannot be held responsible for the 
working of the apparatus. 

Some dealers, even some who have been selling heating 
apparatus for years, unfortunately resolve in a hurry at 
times, when they receive complaints about a stove, range or 
furnace which they have sold, that the manufacturer is to 
blame, that he is marketing an unsatisfactory article Their 
minds are upset, their digestion disturbed and their tem- 
pers soured thereby. , ^ ^^ , _ 

If such dealers would reflect for only a moment they would 
recognize the fact that the heating apparatus itself is not 
all of the plant required to do the work. 

HOW ABOUT THE CHIMNEY? 

A stove or furnace cannot operate by itself, A chimney is 
among the necessary accessories, and the chimney is needed 
to create draft. Between the pipe collar of the stove and 
the top of the chimney there may be trouble that prevents 
the heating device itself from working satisfactorily, but 
in every case of trouble with a stove or furnace the dealer 
and the user must remember that the pipe and the chimney 
have other necessary functions to fulfill and if they do not 
work well trouble may ensue. 

Nothing is more ridiculous than for a man to complain to 
the manufacturer of a stove, range or furnace that it will 
not "draw," unless he is absolutely satisfied that the pipe 
and chimney are in proper shape and condition to create 
draft. Just as a fish cannot live on dry land, just as a man 
cannot live without air, so a stove or furnace cannot do its 
work properly without a plentiful supply of oxygen, fed to It 
in the cold air current that accompanies a good draft. 

Manufaclarers of heating apparatus in the United States 
nowadays are not turning out stoves and furnaces that will 
not work, because they are not fools or villains. The com- 
patition among them is so keen and the conditions are such 
that defectiv*^ goods are invariably condemned before they 
leave the far-tory. 

If the chimney to which the stove or furnace is set up 
has been properly constructed and If the pipes leading to 
it are properly adjusted, the stove or furnace will work and 
"draw.'* to an absolute certainty, unless an accident has 
happened to it In transit from the factory. 
THE SCIENCE OP DRAFT. 

The science of draft, like most of the domestic sciences, 
iB comparntively a new study, but architects and engineers 
are giving to It more and more attention every day. 

Heating and ventilation of buildings, large and small, is 
gradually becomirg an exact science; experience is teaching 
us right along and the faults hitherto ascribed to the stove 
or to the furnace are now properly placed where they be- 
long and are ascribed to the CHIMNEY. 

It would be a good thing for the purchaser if manufac- 
turers and dealers could furnish and guarantee a DRAFT 
with every stove and furnace, but they have to deal with a 
condition and not a theory, with hard facts and brick walls. 

Draft Implies and requires a chimney and no manufacturer 
of house-heating devices, as yet, has had the hardihood to 
attempt to furnish a chimney with his goods. The best he 
can do is to point out to his customer how a good draft may 
he securod. 



There are certain rules governing the construction of t 
chimneys and the creation of drafts that cannot be too well i 
known. The axiom is as follows: *'NO AIR SHOULD PASS 1 
THROUGH THE CHIMNEY AT ANY POINT THAT HAS [ 
NOT FIRST PASSED THE FIRE, UNLESS IT IS USED TO I 
CHECK THE DRAFT." ^ i 

Bearing this axiom in mind, it Is easy to see how the draft 
may become defective and the heating device fail to work 
satisfactorily by reason of defects in the chimney. Such de- 
fects are often easily remedied, and many of them are so 
common that every salesman of heating devices should be 
acquainted with their nature and the proper remedy for 
them. Some of these devices are described and prescribed 
for below. 

TO CURE DEFECTIVE DRAFT. 

Case No. 1. When the base of the chimney contains a 
large, old-fashioned, open fireplace, it often fails to furnish 
a satisfactory draft. The remedy Is to fill up the flue with 
cement to within six inches of the pipe hole or to cut off the 
flue with a sheet iron plate, covering the plate with several 
inches of cement, so as to make it air-tight. 

Case No. 2. When the chimney has been constructed with 
a flue extending downward to the floor or into the cellar, the 
cold air below the pipe-hole chills the upper part of the 
chimney, makes the air heavy and hinders the rise of the 
smoke. Filling up the flue with cement to a point six inches 
below the pipe-hole or cutting the flue off with an air-tight 
sheet iron plate will remedy the trouble and create a draft. 

Case No. 3. When the chimney of a kitchen Is lower than 
the main part of the house, the wind circling over the house 
falls upon the kitchen chimney and beats down the smoke 
arising therein. In such a case the remedy is to increase 
the height of the chimney or add a smokestack to its top. 
at least equal in height to that of the main building. 

Case No. 4. When a building or a tree is contiguous to 
and higher than the chimney, the wind passing over and 
down from either taller object has the same effect as in tht 
last case and hinders a proper draft. 

Case No. 5. When there are several connections with one 
chimney, the problem of draft becomes somewhat compli- 
cated, but the general governing principle is that all th« 
openings into the flue, except the one in use, should bi 
tightly closed. A close, thoughtful, observance of this gen» 
eral rule will usually result In a cure of draft trouble. 

Case No. 6. In old chimneys leaks of cold air are fre- 
quent through the mortar having dropped out from between 
the bricks. In such cases, of course, the remedy Is obvious. 
An air-tight filling of plaster is imperative. 

Case No. 7. In building chimneys, mortar sometimes drops 
and lodges in such a manner as to partly obstruct the flue, 
thereby decreasing the draft. In this case a heavy weight 
may be used and let down by a rope from the top of the 
chimney. It will dislodge the mortar and provide the draft 

POINTERS FOR CHIMNEY BUILDERS. 

It must always be remembered that a new or green chim- 
ney never creates a perfect draft, several weeks being some- 
times required to dry the chimney thoroughly, so that It 
works properly. 

It can always be remembered with advantage also that a 
chimney can hardly be too high. It should be higher than 
any other part of the house and higher than any other con- 
tiguous object. 

Chimneys should be straight by preference and always 
smooth on the inside. 

It is undesirable to combine the uses of heating and ven- 
tilation in one chimney. A smoke flue should not be used 
for ventilating purposes. 

Just as a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, so 
the effective area of a chimney Is only as great as the areaa» 
the smallest point. 

Outside chimneys should be built thick enough to prevent 
the chilling of the Interior, with Its consequent diminution 
of draft. 



RuMt Remover Formula. 



One of the disagreeable features of the STOVE business 
Is the tendency of stoves to rust when they are subjected to 
adverse climatic conditions. For that reason we publish 
herewith a formula that will not only restore the original 
appearance of the sheet steel bodies and castings as well as 
the luster to the polished tops but will also serve as a rust 
preventative. 

Apply carbon oil (black crude oil) judiciously with soft 
cloth or waste* and thoroughly wipe off after having done so. 
The stoves should then be coated with a wash In accord - 
ince with the following formula: 



Take one (1) ounce of pure bees-wax, and (after chipping 
it up fine) place it in a quart bottle, filled with naphtha or 
benzine. Cork tightly, and after allowing it to stand 24 
hours or more, draw off the clear solution with care into 
another bottle, and retain for use. After your stove, or any 
article you wish to preserve from rusting or tarnishing it 
made up, take a small, soft sponge, and coat the article en- 
tirely over as lightly as possible with this solution, and then 
allow the article so coated to stand for 30 minutes, or more, 
so as to give time for the benzine to evaporate, after which 
polish with soft paper, clean waste or chamois skin. When 
the article Is Intended to be stored or shipped any distance, 
do not polish until wanted for use, then again coat with the 
wash and polish as above directed. It will greatly lessen 
the danger from damage In transit on sheet Iron stoves or 
any fine polished metal surfaces. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE; HILL & CO. 




HOW TO TEST 

The draft In a 
chimney Is created 
when the air Inside 
the chimney Is hot- 
ter than the air on 
the outside. Since 
hot air is lighter 
than cold air. when 
the air inside the 
chimney is heated it 
will rise and create 
a strong upward 
current. The hotter 
_ the air inside the 

Fig. 1 — This siiows the way the air cur- chimney can be kept 

rents will run in your chimney. 
the stronger the draft will become. Fig. 1 clearly shows the 
air currents when air inside the flue is either colder or warm- 
er than outside air. 

No air should enter the chimney which has not first passed 
through the fire of the stove. 

TESTING YOUR CHIMNEY 

If your chimney is perfectly 
straight take a small mirror and 
insert it in the stove pipe hole 
so that you can look up the 
chimney. If your chimney Is 
In proper condition it should 
be clean and smooth and clear 
of any obstructions. 

If your chimney is not 
straight and you cannot see to 
the top by using a mirror, light 
a newspaper just inside the 
chimney hole. The heat from 
the burning paper should cause i 
an upward draft in the chim-'/ 
ney. If this does not occur, or' 
if the charred paper is not 
drawn up the chimney it is evi- 
dence of a very poor draft. If 
your chimney is in good condi- 
tion every bit of charred paper 
per should be drawn up the flue of the cnimney. 

If, after the burning test bits of paper drop down it may be 
due to another opening in the chimney. If this Is the case. 
close up all of the other openings in the chimney. If this is 
the case, close up all of the other openings either upstairs or 
downstairs. Make sure that all other openings in the chimney 
are closed. Then, if your flue hole still does not furnish a good 
draft, the trouble is probably due to an obstruction in the chim- 
ney. The trouble may also be because the chimney is not high 
enough and outside air currents are forcing the draft back 
down into the chimney. 

If your chimney is not giving suffi- 
cient draft and you cannot discover 
the cause, it may be due to an ob- 
struction somewhere in the chimney 
which you have not been able to 
locate. 

To remove an obstruction take a 
brick or a heavy piece of Iron and at- 
tach it to a rope. Be sure that the 
rope is long enough to reach from the 
top of the chimney to a point low 
enough to be below all possible ob- 
structions. Then drop the weight by 
the rope from the top of the chimney. 
Pull the weight up and down until 
you have loosened all obstructions. 
After this is done remove the dirt and 
fallen obstructions through the clean- 
out hole. Ldok for this hole at the 

Iff. 4 — This Is often the bottom of the chimney in the base- 
cause of a poor draft ment or In another room. 
Before you use this method be sure to remove all pieces of 

stove pipe which extend into the chimney and which might be 

broken if they are left in place. 



YOUR CHIMNEY 

CAUSE FOR OBSTRUCTIONS 






llg. 5 — Soot deposits 

may in time stop 

the draft 



Under the influence of time and 
weather it is not uncommon for bricks 
to become loose near the top of the 
chimney. A heavy windstorm will some- 
times knock them down and occasional- 
ly they become lodged near the middle 
of the chimney, as shown in Figure 4. 

Sometimes during the late spring and 
early summer birds will build their nests 
in the chimney if It is not in use. Soot 
will deposit at such spots and make large 
draft obstructions. 

Some chimneys are built with an off- 
set to pass a floor joist or a beam that 
was used in building the house. An 
offset will gather soot, and in time may 
seriously hinder the draft. (See Fig. 5.) 
You may remove soot from such a place 
in the same manner as already described. 



INSPECT OUTSIDE CHIMNEY 



If your draft is not as strong as it 
should be it Is sometimes necessary to 
Inspect the part of the chimney which 
is above the house to see if it is in 
good condition. 

Frequently the chimney will appear 
to be in good condition when seen from 
the ground, but closer examination will 
reveal openings where bricks are loose 
and mortar has fallen out, allowing out- 
side air to pass Into the chimney. Such 
places should be plastered up tight to 
secure perfect draft. 




ig. 6 — ^All air holes 
ould be tightly plas- 
tered up 




HOW TO CLOSE \ FIREPLACE 



If you have an open fireplace which 
connects to the same chimney as your 
stove It should be closed in the fol- 
lowing manner. Have a piece of iron 
or steel cut to the proper size to fit 
snugly Into the throat of the fire- 
place. Then place it In position and 
support it underneath as shown in 
Fig. 7. Pour sand through the chim- 
ney hole until the sheet iron Is cov- 
ered to a depth of about six inches. 
If the fireplace has a damper and you 
are sure it fits tightly this method is 
unnecessary. 



Fig. 7^This is the 

correct way to close 

a fireplace. 



JANNJEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



HOW TO CONNECT STOVE PIPE 



STOVEPIPE 




When putting your 
stove pipe Into place, 
use nothing but the 
size of pipe specified 
for your stove. 

Be sure that the 
Joint of pipe con- 
necting to a pipe el- 
bow does not pro- 
ject too far in and 

reduce the draft. 

This is clearly shown Fig. 8 — Here is a stove pipe that has been 
In Fig. 8. If pos- placed too far inside the pipe elbow. 
Bible, place your This will hinder the draft. Always be 
stove where only one careful to join each section of pipe tight - 
elbow is necessary, ly to the next one. 

The horizontal section of pipe that extends from the elbow 
to the chimney should rise toward the chimney one-half inch 
or more for each length of pipe. This incline will improve the 
draft. 

Before setting up your stove make sure that your chimney 
will furnish a good draft. If there is a poor draft It will be 
Impossible for your stove or any other stove to operate properly. 



PLACING PIPE IN CHIMNEY 

Do not nt the pipe into a hole cut in the fireplace. The pipe 
should enter the chimney proper about 14 inches below the 
ceiling, A gooseneck stove pipe or one that requires several 
elbows will give a weak draft. Never allow a pipe to slant 
downward before entering the chimney. 

The end of the pipe should be just 
about flush with the inner wall of 
the chimney. Measure the width of 

ih— TiwT^M I ^^^ brick, mark this distance on the 

'[ r^ml^Mf— ^^d o^ the pipe and push it up to 

^l ||_li^_!BBzZ4 this mark. (See "E'*, Fig. 9). 

However, if two stove pipes enter 
the same chimney opposite each 
other it is necessary to project one 
of the pipes beyond the side, as 
shown In Fig. 9, The projected pipe 

C~7^^K\9MZ ) must have a "V" or hole cut in the 

^W^^)^^ I top and the end stopped or blank- 

is — ^^^M^^-— (If — ' eted off as shown by "E" and "F", 
or one above the other, as shown by 
"D" and "E". When two pipes en- 
ter the same chimney it is best to 
have one pipe at least 8 or 10 inch- 
Fig. 9 — Showing way to es above the other, as shown by 
place pipe in chimney. "D" and "E". 

In case a pipe enters the chimney from the furnace, or a 
stove in the basement and there is no fire in them, see that 
the damper In the smoke pipe is closed and that the feed door, 
the ash pit door and the draft slides are tightly closed. 




MAKING A TOOTHPICK JOINT 

If your chimney ends only a short 
distance below the point where the stove 
pipe enters, it will be necessary to 
make a toothpick joint. Simply cut off 
the end of the pipe at a 45 degree slant, 
as shown in Fig, 10. This will prevent 
the eddy that would form at the bot- 
tom of the chimney. ^ 

If there are other flue holes in use 
In the basement or below the hole where 
you plan to connect the stove it is al- 
so advisable to make a toothpick joint. 
This toothpick joint will prevent other 
flue hole drafts from interfering with 
the draft of this pipe. 

If the chimney ends a short distance ^^^^i, 

below the stove pipe hole, ashes andFig. 10— If the chimney 
soot will often accumulate until theends just below the 
hole is stopped up. Remove the ashes stove pipe, make a 
from this point regularly. toothpiok lolnt 





HOW TO MAKE A CHIMNEY TOP 

If your chimney is located 
where air currents may be 
forced down into the chimney, 
it will be wise to make a chim- - 
ney top. The top illustrated in I «^ 
Fig. 3 is one of the best and al- 
so one of the cheapest tops you 
could make. It should be made 
of medium heavy galvanized 
iron so it will not rust. 

The top shown in Fig. 3 must 
be fastened to a metal stock. 
Rivet to the upper outside edge 
of the stack a flaring hood (G), 
and to the Inside of the stack 
four strap iron supports (H). 
On top of these supports rivet 
a perfectly flat deflecting plate 
(I) which completes the hood. 
This hood does not hinder the 
draft and it prevents the wind 
from blowing down into the 
chimney. 

A conical top (J) may be put 
above the plate that is perfect- Fig. 3— Follow this illustration 
ly flat to throw off water. The closely when making a new 
common hood that has an In- top. 
verted hollow surface hinders draft. 



HOW TO EXTEND YOUR CHIMNEY 

If your chimney is not high enough to create a good draft 
you may extend it with brick and mortar, with tile, or with a 
stack made of galvanized iron or sheet iron. The extended 
stock should not be less than eight Inches in diameter and must 
fit perfectly tight so that no air can enter at the point where 
it joins the chimney. 

A chimney on a house is never too high, but it may be too 
large for the ordinary stove. The best sized flue is about nine 
inches square. Chimneys built on the outside of the house 
should be at least eight inches thick to prevent chilling the flue 
space. 



KEEP THE CLEANOUT HOLE CLOSED 

There is usually an opening near the bottom of the chimney 
through which the chimney is cleaned. Look for this hole In 
the basement or in the bottom of the chimney in another room. 
This hole must be kept closed. If the cleanout hole is left 
open you will have serious draft trouble. 

Go through the entire house and make sure that there 
are no empty stove pipe holes. Each hoit» should be tightly 
closed with a flue stop. The smallest opening will hinder your 

draft. 

If your stove is not working properly and you are using good 
fuel you can prove that the trouble Is in the chimney by mak- 
ing an outdoor test. Any stove of ours will operate in the open 
air when three joints of stove pipe are used for a chimney. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



SANICO 



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KANGE 



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Every woman is entitled to a beautiful range. No 
longer need her kitchen be shrouded by the dull, 
uninteresting, colorless appearance of a worn-out un- 
graceful range. The modern range is now a thing 
of genuine beauty--rich in happy colors that bring 
cheer to the hours that women so generously spend 
in their kitchens. 

The New Sanico is truly America's most beautiful 
range. You will be proud to own one of these 
handsome thoroughbreds. It makes the kitchen 
a pleasant, livable room — a place where even guests 
can be welcomed without apology. 



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JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



MODERNE SANICO 



In building the new Moderne range, Sanico designers 
have been careful to retain the distinctive lines, which have 
been characteristic of Sanico ranges for a number of years. 
The Sanico design, incidentally, is probably the most pop- 
ular and attractive in the coal and wood range industry, it 
having been copied and imitated to a surprising extent. 
While it is true that appearance does not affect the ser- 
vic rendered by a range, it does have a very important 
bearing on sales, and Sanico dealers have a very marked 
advantage over their competition in this regard. 

The Moderne Sanico incorporates many new features 
which will increase the service rendered and the satisfaction 
enjoyed by Sanico users. We call your particular atten- 
tion to the clever improvement in the construction of the 
reservoir top. Most "Console" or "cabinet ranges have 
very narrow reservoirs and it is almost impossible to use a 
dipper of any capacity because the reservoir covers are so 
small. The reservoir top on Modern Sanico not only over- 
comes this difficulty, but also makes it easy and practical for 
the user to fill the reservoir with a pail without running the 
risk of spilling water on the floor or on the stove itself. 

The reservoir lank of the Moderne Sanico can be easily 
lifted out leaving a large compartment which is very de- 
sirable as a warming oven. Even when the reservoir tank 
is in place, there is a space beneath it which makes a de- 
sirable warming oven or storage compartment. Because 
of the small difference in price between a range with reser- 
voir and without, it is not necessary for dealers to carry 
both styles and most of these ranges are shipped out with 
a reservoir tank which can easily be removed if a stove 
without reservoir is desired. 



Another new feature, which is not apparent to the aver- 
age purchaser but which will greatly improve the baking 
qualities of the range under unfavorable conditions, is the 
new style flue bunker used on the Modern Sanico. This 
flue bunker, covering the entire back of the oven, greatly 
increases the heat transfer area between flues and oven and 
decreases draft resistance to a minimum. 

The general body construction of this range is the same 
as on the regular Sanico range, the body walls and bottom 
being made of 16 and 18 gauge Armco Iron, enameled both 
sides and insulated throughout. The front of the range is 
of cast iron construction with heavy asbestos board and 
cast iron linings. The oven sides, top and back are of 16 
gauge steel welded together into one piece, thereby elimin- 
ating all puttied joints. The bottom is also made in one 
piece of heavy cast iron which eliminates all possibility of 
warpage and assures an evenly heated oven. The oven 
door is supported in the same way as other Sanico models 
and this construction is deserving of special mention at 
this time, especially in view of the fact that it has proven 
so superior to other methods that many other manufacturers 
are now copying it. 



The regular cooking top equipment is four lids and one 
French plate, but ranges may be supplied with only two lids 
and two French plates on special order and at no extra cost. 

The construction of the fire box, grates and other parts is 
the same as used in Sanico ranges for years with such ex- 
cellent satisfaction. 



Specifications of Moderne Rangas 



34-83 & 34-84 34-73 & 34-74 



Oven, inches 

Cooking Top, inches 

Reservoir Capacity, Quarts . 
Reservoir Opening, inches . . , 
Height to Cooking Top, inche 
Height overall, shelf, inches. . 
Shipping Weight, pounds . . . . 



Series 


Series 


20x21x12% 


18x20x121/2 


261/2X47 


25x42 


28 


22 


71^x9 


61/2X9 


31 


31 


531/0 


521^ 


575 


475 



Ovens — 16 gauge welded one piece — full enameled Cast Bottom- 
Black enameled. 

Cooking Top — Polished case iron — nickeled front rail. 

Reservoir Top — Satin nickel finish. 

Reservoir Tank — Tinned copper — Removable. 

Colors — Sanico Tan & Ivory — Sanico Green & Ivory. 



JANNEY; SEMPLE, HILL & d 



MODERNE SANICO 





Oven Size 18x20 inches 
IVORY & GREEN IVORY TU-TONE 



No. 34-74RS 

^ith Reservoir and High Shelf 
Each $130.00 

$No. 34-74SS 

Square Style with High Shelf 
Each $127.00 

iNo. 34-74RC 

With Reservoir & High Closet 

Each $142.00 

$No. 34-74SC 

Square Style with High Closet 
Each $138.00 



No. 34-73RS 

With Reservoir <fe High Shelf 
Each $130.00 

iNo, 34-73SS 

Square Style with High Shelf 
Each $127.00 



iNo. 34-73RC 

With Reservoir & High Closet 
Each $142.00 



iNo. 34-73SC 

Square Style with High Closet 
Each $138.00 



Oven Size 20x21 inches 



IVORY AND GREEN 

No. 34-84RS 

With Reservoir & High Shelf 
Each $150.00 



tNo. 34-84SS 

Square Style with High Shelf 
Each $147.00 



:t:No. 34-84RC 

With Reservoir & High Closet 
Each $164.00 

iNo. 34-84SC 

Square Style with High Closet 
Each $161.00 



IVORY TU-TONE 

No. 34-83RS 

With Reservoir & High Shelf 
Each $150.00 

4:No. 34-83SS 

Square Style with High Shelf 
Each $147.00 

iNo. 34-83RC 

With Reservoir & High Closet 
Each $164.00 

tNo, 34-83SC 

Square Style with High Closet 
Each $161.00 



$There is so little difference in cost of these ranges without reservoir and so few are sold with high closets that these 
models are not regularly carried in tock. They can be supplied on special order only, F. O. B. Shakopee. 



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COAL AND WOOD RANGES 

SANICO 



MODELS: NO. Sl-23 and 31-24 

Sanico Ranges, long famous for their beauty and graceful lines, have been designed to give the maximum in 
faithful, trouble-free service. The No. 31-23 and 31-24 models are built on the same basic foundation which 
has resulted in the Sanico reputation for supreme quality and they also include many new features. Innumer- 
able improvements to enhance still further Sanico*s reputation for even heat distribution and uniform and bak- 
ing results, have been incorporated. 

No more effort is required to clean the Sanico than to wipe a dish, since all sections (excepting cooking 
top, firebox castings and the nickeled door frames) are surfaced with porcelain enamel. Rust and corrosion are 
impossible. All sheet metal parts are made of Armco Ingot Iron, the purest commercial product obtainable. 
The Sanico cooking top is highly polished before being assembled; then a coat of rust -resisting liquid is 
applied for protection until the range is used. 



BODY 

The outer body walls and bottom are made of 16 and 18 
gauge Armco Iron, enameled both sides and insulated through- 
out. The front- proper is cast in two sections, easily assembled 
and each piece easily removed for replacement. All bolts are 
concealed; but readily accessible. Cast iron plates are used 
as linings and heavy asbestos board insulates the heat within 
the body. All parts of the body are easily replaced in case of 
damage . 



HIGH CLOSET 

The high closet is of extremely attractive design and made 
with sturdy cast iron drop doors, with concealed hinges. The 
brackets, enameled both inside and out, are well proportioned 
although of heavy cast iron. The splasher back is of 18 gauge 
iron and free from dirt-catching seams. The inside of warm- 
ing closet is enameled in color to match balance of range. 



RESERVOIR 

The reservoir has been decreased in width and increased in 
height to give 15 or 20 square inches additional contact with 
the range body. Its capacity has been increased to 10^ gallons. 
The sides and bottom are made of heavier copper and a harder 
solder is applied to lessen danger of leaks from overheated empty 
reservoirs. Reservoir may be detached and end shelf substi- 
tuted to make an attractive square type range. 



WATER FRONT 

An efficient water front that takes the place of the left and 
rear linings can be furnished at a reasonable extra cost. This 
front does not detract from the efficiency of the fire box, al- 



though cored to deliver a large volume of heated water. Holes 
in rear end are tapped for pipe connections and all fronts 
are tested under a pressure of 200 pounds. 

OVEN 

One piece of 16 gauge iron flanged on all edges and enameled 
on both sides (stippled interior), forms the walls and top of 
oven. The heavy cast iron one-piece bottom, weighing 22 
pounds, eliminates all possibility of warpage and assures an 
evenly heated oven. The oven is extra large, measuring 20 
inches wide by 21 inches deep. 

Oven Door: The oven door has been increased in size and 
strength. Hinges of semi-concealed type, practical and strong, 
are used. Hangers are provided and the door is also counter- 
balanced with spring in ash pit. Spring is readily accessible 
for servicing. Tension adjustment is provided at rear of range, 

COOKING TOP 

The main top is made in three sections or key plates, each 
with two SVs inch lids. Key plates have been increased in 
thickness over last year's models. One or two solid key plates 
(French plates) may be had in place of those with lids at nc 
extra cost. All parts are of extra heavy cast iron, highly pol- 
ished and protected against rust by an application of a special 
liquid. Top rails are assembled witli concealed stud bolts and 
nuts. A splasher rib is provided in front of splasher to elimi- 
nate any unsightly joint. 



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COAL AND WOOD RANGES 



SANICO 



FIRE BOX 



The fire box is well proportioned to the range and oven, pro- 
viding an even distribution of heat with maximum fuel econ- 
omy. Linings are sectional and corrugated. They have been 
altered to allow still more thorough ventilation. The inner fire 
door may be opened with lid lifter. Water front is optional. 
The opening of the pouch feed has been enlarged and door Is 
equipped with drip rib to prevent liquid products of combustion 
dripping from pouch. The outer fire door is of hinge type ; the 
inner door of drop type. Ash door and pan are of slide type 
with panel and frame attached. 



GRATES 

Standard grate bars are of special duplex design, well bal- 
anced and extra heavy, weighing nineteen pounds per pair. 



Crowned tops eliminate jamming in half position. Grates have 
been raised one inch to bring fire closer to cooking top and 
thus save fuel. A special grate for use when burning wood 
only and to set on top of regular grates may be had at slight 
additional cost; or special "locomotive" grates for burning 
lignite coal will be furnished without extra cost. 

I^UKS 
The right vertical flue has been Increased in area to provide 
still better draft; and all flues are fully lined. A shelf or flange 
is provided below cleanout opening to facilitate cleaning of 
bottom flue and to prevent spilling of soot and ashes. 

COLORS 
Sanico Ranges are porcelain enameled in beautiful colors, 
as shown on the colored prints. These colors are developed by 
our own engineers and not easily duplicated. Equipment of the 
very latest type and only high grade materials are used, as- 
suring a fine, smooth finish carrying a high gloss. All work is 
carefully inspected. 



ojcmensions 



Depth of cooking top, inches ^ 

Width of cooking top without reservoir, including end shelf, Inch. 

Width of cooking top with reservoir, Inches 

Height of oven, inches , 

Width of oven, Inches 

Depth of oven, inches ,^ 

Height to cooking top, inches 

Height overall, inches 

Shipping weight with reservoir, pounds 

Shipping weight without reservoir, pounds 

Total weight of r^nge uncrated, pounds 



Sanico 

26% 
43% 
50% 

121/2 

20 
21 
30% 
59 
600 
550 
520 



Do Not Overlook the New "Thrifty" Sanico and 
Shakopee Ranges 

This year we are introducing two new numbers of Sanico 
built ranges, designed to give the service expected of Sanico 
Products, and yet priced to meet the reduced budgets of most 
famines. Examine these new numbers carefully — they will 
prevent lost sales. 



Sanicola Circulators 

Just as Sanico ranges represent the maximum in quality 
construction of cooking equipment, so does the Sanicola line 
present heating equipment which for beauty and serviceable 
construction cannot be surpassed. See heating section for 
full detail*. 



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STEEL RANGES 



ivory and 
Green 
Sanico 



SANICO 
(Ivory and Green Finish) 

No. 31-24RC 

With reservoir and high closet. 
Each $145.00 

No. 31-24SC 

Square style with high closet 
Each $134.00 

No. 31-24RS 

With Reservoir and High Shelf 
Each $135.00 

No. 31-24SS 

Square Style with High Shelf 
Each $124.00 

Waterfront— Each $1 1.00 



A truly patrician-looking range is this Ivory and Green Sanico, showing our most 
recent color combination. A model which fits beautifully into the more colorful 
kitchen. Sales records already predict its great popularity. 

Green, with its fresh, restful appeal is fast becoming the choice of many ladles 
for the dominant color of their kitcliens — hence this exquisite ivory and green trimmed 
range in the New Sanico selection. The soft beauty of this range will never fail to 
appeal. 

Note how simple, how surface -free is this modern range, even to concealing all 
bolts which might mar its appearance. 

All ranges regularly supplied with one french plate and four lids. Ranges with 
six lids or 2 french plates and two lids may be had without extra charge from the 
factory and are F. O. B. Shakopee. 

Caster Cups or Foot Rests for use with Sanico Ranges can be shipped in the foUowing 
colors: Tan, Green, Gray, White or Black. Per set of four .$1.20 



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STEEL RANGES 




SANHJU 

(Ivory Tu-Tone Finish) 



No. 31-23RC 

With Reservoir and High Closet 

Each $145.00 

No. 31-23SC 

Square Style with High Closet 
Each $134.00 

No. 31-23RS 

With Reservoir and High Shelf 
Each $135.00 

No. 31-23SS 

Square Style with High Shelf 

Each $124.00 

Wftterfrontfi — Each $1 1.00 



For the rich and neutral in color— for harmonious contrast with practically all 
colors, the Ivory Tu-Tone Sanico is outstanding. 

Coupled with its beauty is its sturdy, scientific construction, employing an Insu- 
lated Armco iron body with baked -on enamel surface inside and out. Little wonder 
that Sanico users know no worry over uneven cooking temperatures and ever-hun- 
gry fire boxes. 

All ranges regularly shipped with one french plate and four lids. Ranges with 
six lids or two french plates and two lids may be had without extra charge from the 
factory and are P. O. B. Shakopee, 

Caster Cups or Foot Rests for use with Sanico Ranges can be shipped In the follow- 
ing colors: Tan, Green, Gray (White and Black. Per set of four .$1.20 



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STEEL RANGES 

THEIFTY SANICO 

This new Sanico built rang© combines the excellence of true Sanico construction and beauty with slight 
changes in minor features which make it possible to lower the price of the range without lessening its service- 
ability. This new range will enable many families to enjoy the benefit of Sanico quality and the satisfaction of 
Sanico ownership which would be Impossible were It not for the Thrifty Sanico. 

BODY COOKING TOP 



The outer body walls and bottom are made of 18 gauge 
Armco Iron, enameled both sides and insulated throughout. 
The front proper is cast in two sections, easily assembled 
and each piece easily removed for replacement. AH bolts are 
concealed, but are readily accessible. Cast iron plates are used 
as linings and heavy asbestos board insulates the heat within 
the body. Any part or section of the body can easily be re- 
placed in case of damage. 



HIGH CLOSET 

The high closet of somewhat different design than the reg- 
ular Sanico, is attractive in appearance and well constructed 
throughout. The high closet doors have cast iron frames and 
hinges. The brackets are well proportioned and attractive in 
appearance. The splasher is of 18 gauge iron, fully enameled, 
and is free from dirt-catching seams. 



RESERVOIR 

The reservoir is of approximately 9 gallons capacity, made 
of heavy copper and well tinned on the inside. It will sup- 
ply an abundance of hot water to fully meet the requirements 
of most families. 



WATER FRONT 

An efficient water front that takes the places of the left and 
rear linings can be furnished at a reasonable extra cost. This 
Water Front does not detract from the efficiency of the fire 
box, although cored to deliver a large volume of heated water. 
Holes in rear end are tapped for pipe connections and all 
fronts are tested under a pressure of 200 pounds. 



OVEN 

The oven sides and top are constructed from one piece of 
16 gauge iron, flanged on both ends, and fitted to a heavy 
cast iron one-piece bottom weighing over 20 pounds. This 
construction eliminates all possibility of warpage and assures 
an evenly heated oven which will give the very finest baking 
results. Please notice that while the oven is of standard 18 
inch width, it is extra deep, measuring full 20 inches, giving it 
extra baking capacity. The oven door is extra large and 
strong, having hinges of the semi-concealed type which are 
practical and strong. The door is supported both by hangers 
and counter-balanced with a spring In the ash pit where it 
is not subjected to intense heat and where it is readily acces- 
sible for servicing. A tension adjustment is provided at rear of 
the range. Interior of oven is aluminized. 



The main top is made in three sections, two of these sections 
each having two 8% inch lids and the other section being solid 
(known as French plate construction). Ranges with two 
French plates instead of one, or with six lids instead of four 
inay be had without extra charge, but must be shipped from 
the factory and are f. o. b. Shakopee. 

All parts are extra heavy cast iron, highly polished and 
protected against rust by an application of a specially pre- 
pared liquid. A splasher rib is provided in front of splasher 
back to eliminate an unsightly joint at this point. 



FIRE BOX 

The fire box is well proportioned to the range and oven, pro- 
viding an even distribution of heat with maximum fuel econ- 
omy. Linings are sectional and corrugated, and are of such 
construction as to provide thorough ventilation which insures 
long life. The outer door is of the hinge type, while the in- 
ner door is of the drop type which is especially desirable when 
wood is used as a fuel. 



GRATES 

The standard grate bars are of special duplex design, well 
balanced and extra heavy. Crowned tops eliminate jamming 
in half position. Grates have been placed in such a position 
as to produce the greatest amount of heat from each pound of 
fuel burned so as to make these ranges exceptionally economi- 
cal in fuel consumption. 



FLUES 1 

All flues are of generous proportions so as to provide ex- 
cellent draft and insure finest baking results. All flues are 
thoroughly enameled throughout. A shelf or flange is provided 
below the cleanout opening to facilitate cleaning of the bottom 
flue and to prevent spilling of soot and ashes. 



COLORS 

The Thrifty Sanico is made in Ivory and Green and in Tan 
and Ivory (like the Tu-Tone Sanico). The shades of enamel 
are identical with those on the regular Sanico. These colors are 
exceptionally beautiful and will meet with the enthusiastic re- 
ception of all house-wives. Enameling is of the famous Sanico 
quality which has been recognized as the leader since all por- 
celain enamel ranges were introduced by Sanico manufacturers. 



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STEEL RANGES 

Thrifty Sanico 




THKIFTY SANICO 

Green and Ivory 

No. 33-14RC— With reservoir and high 
closet. Weight 480 lbs. Each $115.00 

No, 33-14SC— Square style with high 
closet. Weight 450 lbs. Each $107.00 

No. 33-14RS— With reservoir and high 
shelf. Weight 465 lbs. Each $107.00 

No. 33-14SS— Square style with high 
shelf. Weight 435 lbs. Each $99.00 



Waterfronts — Each $1 1.00 



THRIFTY SANICO 

Tan and Ivory 

No. 33-1 SRC— With reservoir and high 
closet. Weight 480 lbs. Each $115.00 

No. 33 -13SC— Square style with high 
closet. Weight 450 lbs. Each $107.00 

No. 33-13RS— With reservoir and high 
shelf. Weight 465 lbs. Each $107.00 

No. 33-13SS— Square style with high 
shelf. Weight 435 lbs. Each $99.00 



THRIFTY SANICO DIMENSIONS 

Depth of cooking top, ins. 25 

Width of cooking top without 
reservoir, including end shelf. 

Inches 33 

Width of cooking top with reser- 
voir, inches 46^ 

Height of oven, ins 12% 

Width of oven, inches 18 

Depth of oven, ins 20 

Height to cooking top, ins . 31 

Height overall, inches 61 

Ship, wt., with reservoir, lbs 475 

Shipping wt., without reservoir, 

lbs , 425 

Caster Cups or Foot Rests for use with 
Sanico Ranges can be shipped in the fol- 
lowing colors: Tan, Green, Gray, White 
or Black. Per set of four .$1.20 



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STEEL RANGES 



SHAKOPEE 




Green and Ivory 

(SEMI -ENAMEL TRIM) 



^ 



No. 33-04RC — ^With reservoir and high 
closet. Weight 450 lbs. Each $88.00 

'Sjo, 33-04SC — Square style with high 
closet. Weight 400 lbs. Each $81.00 

No. 33-04RS — ^With reservoir and high 
shelf. Weight 435 lbs. Each $82.00 

No. 33-04SS — Square style with high 
shelf. Wt., 385 lbs. Each $75.00 

Waterfronts — Each 11.00 



SHAKOPEE RANGES 

The Shakopee Range is very similar to last year's Shakopee Pride, but is semi- 
enameled trimmed as shown in the illustration, instead of being fully enameled on 
the exterior. 

Please note that the shades of Ivory and Green are identical with the colon 
of the regular Sanico which have met with such enthusiastic approval. 

This range has an oven size 18 inches by 18 inches, but otherwise compares verj 
closely with the specifications of the Thrifty Sanico shown on a previous page. 

Caster Cups or Foot Rests for use with Sanico Ranges can be supplied in the follof- 
ing colors: Tan, Green, Gray, White or Black. Per set of four IIJI 



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SANICO RANGES 

DESCRIPIIVE PICTURE OF THE SANICO. SANICO CORAL AND JR. SERIES. 




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THE WHOjLE is ONLY AS FINE AS ITS PARTS 

So that you may see just how the Sanico Range is constructed — just what function each individual part performs, we 
present this detailed description of its interior and exterior. The numbers below correspond with the numbers indicated in the 
illustration on the page opposite. 



1 High Closet Backguard 

2 High Closet Backguard Bracket — Left 

3 High Closet Top Shelf 

4 High Closet Main Front Frame — Left 

5 High Closet Drop Door Frame 

6 High Closet Drop Door Panel 

7 High Closet Drop Door Handle 

8 High Closet Center Bar 

9 High Closet End Frame — Left 

10 High Closet End Panel — Left 

11 High Closet Lower Bracket 

12 High Closet Splasher Back 

13 Top Back Rail 

14 Top Right End Rail 

15 Top Front Rail 

16 Top Left End Rail 

16A *Top Left End Rail (For Pouch Feed) 

17 Key Plate — Open 

18 Short Center 

19 Lid— Solid 

20 Key Plate — Center 

21 Lid — Sectional 

22 Key Plate — Right 

23 Damper Slide 

24 Damper Lever 

25 Damper Frame 

26 Pireback Hanger Plate 

27 Top Oven Linings 

28 Top Oven Arch 

29 Center Post 

30 Reservoir Top 

31 Reservoir Lid 

32 Reservoir Front Frame 

33 Reservoir Front Panel 

34 Back End Lining 

35 Back End Grate Rest 

36 Fireback — Rear Section 

37 Fireback — Center Section 

38 Fireback — Front Section 

39 Front End Lining 

40 Straight Left End Lining 

40 A * Pouch End Lining 

41 Short Grate Bar 

42 Long Grate Bar 



43 Grate Bar Cogs 

44 Front End Cog Guard 

45 Front End Lining Frame 

46 Front Grate Rest 

47 Inner Fire Door 

48 Fire Door Hinges 

49 Crank 

50 Straight Left End 

51 Draft Slide and Knob 

52 Straight Left End Check Draft Slide and Knob 

53 Left End Body Panel 

54 Rear Corner Iron 

55 Short Base Strip 

56 Leg 

57 Long Base Strip — Front 

58 Main Left Front 

59 Fire Door Frame 

60 Fire Door Panel 

61 Fire Door Handle 

62 Fire Door Catch 

63 Ash Door Frame 

64 Ash Door Panel 

65 Ash Door Handle % 

66 Ash Pan 

67 Main Front 

68 Main Front 

69 Cleanout Door 

70 Main Front 

71 Oven Door Frame 

72 Oven Door Handle 

73 Oven Door Panel 

74 Oven Thermometer 

75 *Oven Door Lining 

76 ''Oven Door Catch 

A-1 *High Closet Drop Door Lining 

A-2 *High Closet Bottom Shelf 

A -3 *High Closet Upper Back 

A-4 *French Plate — Center 

A- 5 * French Plate — Right 

A-6 *End Shelf 

A-7 *Towel Rail for Left or Right End 

A -8 "^ Pouch Feed Door 

A-9 * Pouch Feed Left End 

*Not shown in photograph 



Note: When ordering specify nickel or enamel trim, and whether parts are wanted for range with 18-inch oven or 20-inch 
oven. In ordering parts Nos. 2, 4, 9, 10, specify whether right or leJt is desired. 



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Peggy Washington Cast Range 




Oven With Uniform Heat 

The oven is built into the down flue. The heat is distributed 
uniformly around the oven. Joints of the oven and body of the 
range are smoke and gas tight. Genuine asbestos cement, the 
highest priced stove cement that can be obtained, is used 
throughout. The oven will not buckle, warp, or crack. There 
are no spots in the oven intensely hot while others are cool. It 
is possible to place small pans of food in each of the four com- 
ers of the oven so that every pan will bake uniformly. The 
oven is full size, large and roomy. 

Extra Heavy, Ventilated Fire Back 

The fire back is made extra heavy and is properly ventilated 
to insure long and satisfactory service. 

Duplex Grates 

The fire box is equipped with duplex grates for burning soft 
coal or wood. These are made extra heavy to insure entirely 
satisfactory service. The end linings of the fire box can be 
easily removed for burning wood. The fire box can be had 
equipped with two tribar grates for burning hard coal when re- 
quh*ed. 



The Peggy Washington Cast Range is a high grade, flush 
front, cast range of modern and attractive design to be sold at 
a popular price. It is a full size, pouch feed range of exception- 
al value. The size has not been reduced in order to offer the 
stove trade this special outstanding value. It is absolutely the 
best pouch feed, flush front range manufactured today for the 
price asked. 



Entirely Modern in Every Respect 

All bolts are entirely concealed, which adds materially to the 
attractiveness of this range and makes it easier to clean. The 
range is modern in design and of most attractive appearance. 
All corners are smoothly rounded and every detail of construc- 
tion has been given great thought and careful consideration in 
order that this new range may be the last word in cast-iron coal 
range construction. An improved type of concealed compres- 
sion oven door spring is used which adds materially to the at- 
tractiveness of this range. 

Extra Large Flues 

Extra large flues are used throughout. This construction per- 
mits heat to be actually sucked out of the flre box around the 
oven. In this way, excessive heating of the cooking top is elim- 
inated and burning out of fire box linings prevented. 

Large Capacity Contact Reservoir 

The copper reservoir has a capacity of eight gallons and is 
heated by the contact system which insures a large supply of 
hot water without interfering with baking in the oven. This 
range can also be equipped with pipe water coil in the fire box 
for connection to pressure range boiler. 

Modern Construction 

Extremely careful 'consideration has been given to the con- 
struction of the Peggs Washington Cast Range so that it will 
bake better and quicker with less fuel. Equally careful con- 
sideration has been given to its design so that it is of most at- 
tractive appearance and so that it is easily cleaned. The de- 
sign is perfectly smooth with all comers rounded. This range 
as illustrated on the right is the last word in flush front, pouch 
feed, coal range construction. 

Descriptive Dimensions 

Six 8 inch lids. Size pipe 7 inch. Size oven 18x17x11 inches. 
Height top of range 31 inches; height top of high closet 60 
inches. Size top, including reservoir 43x24 inches. 



ALL ENAMEL (As illustrated) 

No. 118-5SC — Square with Warming Closet. Weight 385 pounds. Each $77.00 

No. 118-5RC — Reservoir and Warming Closet. Weight 435 pounds. Each 89.50 

No. 118-5SS— Square with High Shelf. Weight 375 pounds. Each 75,50 

No. 118-5RS — Reservoir and High Shelf. Weight 425 pounds. Each 88.00 

ENAMEL FRONT (See illustration of Lady Washington) 

No. 118-SC— Square with Warming Closet. Weight 385 pounds. Each $65.00 

No. 118-RC— Reservoir and Warming Closet. Weight 435 pounds. Each 77 50 

No. 118-SS— Square with High Shelf. Weight 375 pounds. Each ...!...'!.!!!."!!!*! 63I50 

No. 118-RS— Reservoir and High Shelf. Weight 425 pounds. Each !.!!!.!!'.!!.. 63 00 



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STEEL RANGES 
LADY WASHINGTON 

The New Lady Washington steel ranges are modern in every respect, of latest design and up-to-date construction through- 
out. 

BOLTS ENTIRELY CONCEALED 

All bolts are entirely concealed, which feature adds materially to the attractiveness of these ranges and makes them easier 
to clean. The compression oven door spring is concealed in the ash pit. All corners are smoothly rounded and every detail of 
construction has been given great thought and careful consideration so that these Lady Washington steel ranges may be the last 
word in steel range construction. 

DURABLE CONSTRUCTION 

These ranges are built of the finest rust resisting metal obtainable. The main front, left end, oven bottom, legs and skirts 
are constructed entirely of cast iron. The body of these models finished in porcelain enamel are constructed entirely of Armco 
Ingot iron. In the plain finished ranges, all sheet metal parts are made of copper bearing rust resisting steel to insure a lifetime 
of service. This type of construction, the proper combination of cast iron, with sheet metal, is used to insure that these ranges will 
cook and bake quicker so as to be most economical in fuel consumption. 

EXTRA LARGE FLUES 

The flues around the oven are extra large to insure satisfactory service. These flues are so designed that the heat is ac- 
tually sucked out of the fire box around the oven. This prevents the top of the range getting excessively hot, and also, prevents 
the fire box linings from burning out. All seams or joints are made smoke and gas tight. Only genuine asbestos cement is used 
where needed, this being the highest priced stove cement, not stove putty, which soon becomes brittle and falls out. This con- 
struction insures that Lady Washington Steel ranges will give a lifetime of satisfactory service combined with efficient and econ- 
omical operation. It is possible to place four small pans of food in all four corners of the oven and each one of the four pans 
will bake uniformly. There is no intensely hot spots and no cool spots in the oven. 

EXTRA HEAVY DOUBLE FIRE BACKS « 

The special double fire backs are made extra heavy so as t:> withstand hard service. The double fire back is made of two 
pieces, the main fire back and the Inside fire back lining, both of cast iron and both properly ventilated to prevent them burning 
out and to insure that they will give long and satisfactory service. This new special feature of Lady Washington steel ranges 
adds materially to their popularity. 

SCIENTIFICALLY DESIGNED FIRE BOX 

The fire box is scientifically designed to hold sufficient fuel to take care of cooking top and oven heating requirements 
without waste. AU fire box linings are made extra heavy and are properly ventilated. Sufficient draft is Insured by the proper 
construction of the grates. 

DUPLEX GRATES 

Lady Washington Steel Ranges are equipped with duplex grates for burning coal or wood. The end linings of the fire box 
and inner side lining of the fire back can be easily removed for burning 20 inch wood. These ranges are equipped with a cast iron 
wood extension at the back of the fire box so that 20 inch wood can be burned. 

SLIDE DAMPER 

The slide damper is made extra large to insure entirely satisfactory operation. When the damper is closed all of the heat 
from the fire passes across the top of the oven and down and around the right side of the oven into the space between the main 
bottom of the range and the bottom of the oven. Here the heat is deflected by the flue baffle strip which is placed so as to force 
the heat to the front before it can pass out and into the smoke box. This construction causes all heat from the fire to pass uni- 
formly to all parts of the oven and insures quick and uniform heating of the oven. When the slide damper is in the open posi- 
tion the fire box is open directly to the flue which insures ease in starting the fire. 

SECTIONAL KEY PLATE TOP 

The main top is of the modern three piece sectional key plate type. The key plate over the fire box is equipped with one 
reducing cover and one non-burn cover and with short center. The other two key plates are closed key plates, each equipped with 
two standard covers. When required these ranges can be furnished with single French plate which replaces the center and right 
end key plate. 

TRIPLE WALL ASBESTOS LINED CONSTRUCTION 

There is a triple asbestos lined wall all the way across the bottom of this range immediately under the bottom flue which 
protects the floor from the heat and assists in holding the heat in the oven. In the full enameled finishes this triple wall asbestos 
lined construction is used where required. 

CONTACT RESERVOIR 

The reservoir is heated by the contact system which insures a large supply of hot water without interfering with baking 
in the oven. The reservoir has a capacity of six gallons. 

LARGE AND CONVENIENT POUCH FEED 

The pouch feed is made large to allow a liberal supply of fuel to be added without disturbing vessels on the cooking top. 
The pouch is extra wide and extra deep for convenience in adding fuel. 

See FoUowing Pages For Prices 






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Lady Washington Steel Ranges 



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A splendid, full size popular priced steel range. Main front, left end and pouch feed are of cast iron, the main front 
• being all in one piece. Cast iron oven bottom will not warp or buckle. Entirely modern in every respect. All bolts entirely con- 
\ cealed. Single service door over fire box takes the place of ^sh door and Are door. Both oven door and service door fit flush into 
^inain front. 

Enamel Front (As illustrated). Porcelain enamel is the new "Leathertone" finish which cannot be satisfactorily shown in 
photograph. The Ivory parts have a faint green design, which with the solid green trim, make a beautiful, harmonious effect. 

SPECIFICATIONS — Oven size 18x18x11 inches; Cooking top (with reservoir) 43x24 inches; Firebox: (for coil) 16x8x7 
inches; (for wood) 20x8x7 inches; Smoke collar 7 inches. Copper contact reservoir has a capacity of six gallons. 

No. 418-SC — Square with Warming Closet. Weight 350 pounds. Each $65.00 

No. 418-RC — Reservoir and Warming Closet. Weight 375 pounds. Each 77.50 

No. 418-SS — Square with High Shelf. Weight 340 pounds. Each 63.50 

No. 418-RS — Reservoir and High Shelf. Weight 365 pounds. Each 73.00 



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CAST COOK STOVES 

ART LIBERTY 




A durable moderately priced line of Cook Stoves with the 
necessary weight and strength for a lifetime of service. 

Reservoir Style 

Eqtiipped with a removable, galvanized reservoir of 5 gal. ca- 
pacity. Contact type, heating the water quickly without inter- 
ferring with the operation of the stove. 

No. 819R — Burns Wood or Coal, holes 4 — 8"; Oven 18x15x10"; 
Smoke Collar 6-in.; Wt„ 255 lbs. Each $45.00 



SQUARE STYLE 




On legs, nickeled Oven Shelf. Duplex Grates for coal or 
Wood. 

No. 8-17— Top including shelf, 22x30 14 inches. Oven 16x1 5x- 
91/2 inches; 4 — 8 -inch holes. 6 inch pipe. Shipping weight 205 

lbs. Each $27.80 

So. 8-19— Top including shelf 23i/4x32i4 ins. Oven 18x1 7 1/2x1 0^/4 
inches; 4 — 8 inch holes. Size pipe 7 inches; Shipping weight 
240 pounds. Each $35.00 



MORTON WASHINGTON STEEL 
COOK STOVE 

FOR COAL OR WOOD 




The Morton Washington Steel Cook Stove is substantially 
constructed of copper bearing rust resisting steel. It is equip- 
ped with an efficient cast iron fire box with dumping grate. The 
ash pan is attached to the ash door for convenience in ash 
removal. 

The cast iron drop oven door frame is equipped with an at- 
tractive cushioned porcelain enamel panel. 

The body of the Morton Washington Steel Cook Stove is pro- 
vided with convenient clean-out door underneath the oven. The 1 
plain cast iron cooking top is constructed with four, seven inch | 
holes. 

No. 4714 has four, seven inch holes. Six inch smoke pipe 
collar. The oven is 13% inches by 16% inches by 8% Inches, 
and the height to the cooking top is 281/^ inches. 

The cooking top is 18 V2 inches by 25 inches in size. The 
fire box burns 16 inch wood and the shipping weight is 125 
pounds. 

No. 47-14 ( 127 -14R)— Square style as shown; Wt., each 125 
pounds. Each $19.00 

No. 47-14R (127-14R)— With Reservoir, no high closet. Wt., 
each 145 lbs. Each $27.00 

No. 47-14C {127-14C)— Square style with high closet. Weight. 
150 pounds. Each $27.00 

No. 47-14RC (127-14RC)— With Reservoir and high closet. Wt., 
each, 170 pounds. Each $35.00 



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RANCH STOVES 



ECONOMY ENSIGN— For Coal or Wood 




Built especially for sheep wagons, camps, etc. Holes in top 
to bolt stove to wagon bottom. Doors securely fastened so stove 
may be operated while wagon is moving. Body of copper bear- 
ing, insulated steel, aluminized. Cast iron doors, firefront, legs, 
draft slide, cooking top. Four 7 inch covers. Oven 13x16. 
Height to cooking top 251/2 inches. Six inch pipe collar. 

No. 177 — ^Size top 23x18 Vs inches. Weight each not crated, 85 
lbs. Each $23.00 

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I tractively designed gas ranges. We are i 

I also headquarters for all other types of 1 

I gas burning equipment — whether for M 

I cooking or heating. = 

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KITCHEN HEATERS 




An all cast iron heater. Mounted on four adjustable legs so 
that top height can be adjusted to the height of any gas or 
oil range. Polished top with 2 — 8 -inch lids. Height, adjustable 
from 20% to 331/i inches. Size of top 18%x24 inches; Size of, 
pipe, 6 inches; size of fire box 16x8x8 inches; fire door opening 
8x5 inches. Reversible end shelf. Large ash pan; 7 -Inch pipe 
collar. 

No. G28 — Gray Porcelain Enameled finish. Weight, each 200 
pounds. Each $32.00 

No. W28 — White Porcelain Enamel finish. Weight, each 200 
pounds. Each $32.00 

No. N28 — Green Porcelain Enameled finish. Weight, each 200 
pounds. Each $35.00 

No, B28— Plain black finish. Wt., each 200 lbs. Each ..$21.70 



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LAUNDRY STOVES 



WESTERN LAUNDRY 




One of the most desirable laundry stoves made. Large pouch 
feed door; dumping and shaking grate; sliding register in 
hearth; nice, smooth castings. 

TWO -HOLE 

Descriptive Dimensions 

Number 28 

Pipe, inches 6 

Height, inches 23 

Top, inches 18x21 

Holes 2—8" 

Weight, uncrated, pounds 70 

Kach $11.50 

FOUR-HOLE 

Descriptive Dimensions 

Number 48 

Pipe, inches 6 

Height, inches 23 

Top, inches 21x33 

Holes 4—8" 

Weight, uncrated, lbs 100 

Each $15.00 

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FOE COAL 

A good all cast iron laundry stove at a low price. Has dump- 
ing grate, swing feed door and swing ash door. No sheet steel 
used in this stove. 

Discriptive Dimensions 
No. 8-P 

Pipe, inches 6 

Height, inches 21 

Weight, uncrated, pounds 50 

Each $6.90 



HOT WATER LAUNDRY 




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The Number 228HW Hot Water Laundry is a hollow or cored 
fire pot water heating laundry stove capable of heating an 
ample supply of hot water. 

The fire pot is tapped for %-inch pipe and can be tapped 
for 1-inch pipe on special order. It is so constructed as to heat 
a maximum supply of water. The castings are plain and 
smooth. Self -mounting ash door. Flat dump shaker grates. 
Number 228HW 

Size and Number of Lids 2 — 8" 

Size of main top, inches .17^x20^ 

Total Height, inches 22% 

Inside diameter, inches 11 % 

Outside diameter, inches 13% 

Weight crated, pounds 100 

Each $19.00 







The Number 448HW Hot Water Laundry is the same as the 
Number 228HW, except that it is equipped with four lids in- 
stead of with two. 

The fire pot is large. The castings are heavy, and well con- 
structed. Main top is large enough for a No. 8 boiler. Smooth, 
attractive pattern. 

The fire pot is tapped for % -inch pipe and can be tapped for 
1-inch pipe on special order. 

Number 448HW 

Size and Number of lids 4 — 8" 

Size of main top, inches 20%x24 

Total height, inches 21% 

Inside diameter, inches 11% 

Outside diameter, inches 13% 

Weight, crated, pounds 130 

Each $23.50 



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MeATING 





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Everyone can be comfortable in a home that is heated 
with a Sanicola. It is designed so that the cooler air 
is drawn from the floor, heated as it passes around the 
sides and over the top of the heating unit and distri- 
buted evenly to all parts of the home. You don't need 
to hug the Sanicola in cold weather — it assures per- 
fect comfort everywhere. 



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You will save many dollars in fuel each year with a 
Sanicola. First, you never need to force the fire — be- 
cause the Sanicola gently circulates the warm air to all 
points in the home. Second, by keeping water in the 
Sanicola Vapor Pans, you put moisture into the air as 
it is heated. Everyone knows that moisture filled air 
at 70 dgerees Is much more comfortable than dry air 
at 80 degrees. 




With its beautifully finished cabinet, and its lovely, 
enameled wood grain finish — the Sanicola adds re- 
markably to the appearance of any room. Because of 
its stylish appearance most folks never take it out of 
the room, even during the summer months. 



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Doctors tell us the chief cause for many of the ail- 
ments that attack us during the winter is lack of mois- 
ture and uneven heat in our homes. Without moisture 
In the air, our throats and noses become parched and 
irritated — and we are easy victims for colds and con- 
tagious diseases. The Sanicola adds this very neces- 
sary moisture to the air of your home at the time It 
is heated. It keeps living conditions comfortable and 
healthful. 



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CIRCULATING MOIST AIR HEATER 
THE SANICOLA JR. 



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Hot in one corner — cold in another; this is the state of 
affairs with many home owners' present heating sys- 
tems. What a treat they have coming in the Sanicola 
Jr., the circulating heater which will cast steady warmth 
into every corner of their homes. Healthful heat, be- 
cause it is properly moist; economical heat, because the 
Sanicola Jr. utilizes every heat unit in the fuel. 

And what a good-looking piece of furniture is the San- 
icola Jr.; — its simple, dignified lines, its rich Enamel 
Walnut Finish, give it real beauty. Each coat of en- 
amel — the famous Sanico Super-Porcelain Enamel — is 
fused on separately at 1600 degrees, making it practically 
indestructible. 



THE CABINET 

The cabinet is strongly constructed and rigidly assembled with a combination 

of cast iron and heavy steel panels. The entire front is made of cast iron with the 

exception of the upper panel. The fluted lower side panels are likewise of cast iron. 

The fcop frame is cast in one piece and carries the top grids which are also of cast Iron. 

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The cast iron feet are securely attached to a steel frame which carries both the 
heating unit and cabinet. All bolts are concealed except on back of cabinet. 

The water pan is of porcelain enameled cast iron and placed at the most efficient 
elevation at the rear of the heater. It is easily filled and is provided with a cover for 
the projecting portion. 

The flue elbow is also of cast iron with a 7 -inch collar and fitted with a check 
draft for fire control. 

Finish — The entire cabinet is porcelain enameled in a rich grained walnut finish. 
All steel parts are enameled on both sides. 

The front doors are hinged in a very unique way so that in open position they 
hide the air space between the heating units and cabinet walls and enhance the 
beauty of the heaters. 




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CIRCULATING HEATERS 

SANICOLA 

THE HEATING UNIT 
Thicker walls with extra large combustion chamber explain the Sanicola 
Jr's greater spread of heat 

The combustion chamber of the Sanicola Jr. is so large it produces and circulates 
far more heat than the average heater. The unique baffle plate which crosses the 
chamber at the rear of the dome, traps and holds the gases in such a way that none 
of them can escape through the flue until their combustion has been completed. The 
heavy cast iron walls aid in drawing the full measure of heat from the fuel. 

An extra large fire door, 10x17 inches, permits inserting generous-sized fuel. 

Every section built into the Sanicola Jr. is there to serve in the efficient, eco- 
nomical operation of the whole. There are absolutely no frills or unnecessary air 
ducts on the Sanicola Jr. It is a perfectly balanced, all-service product. 

Ash Pit — Cast Iron throughout for long life and strength. Large in area to ac- 
commodate the large ash pan and 8 inches deep to provide excess air circulation 
under the grates. This is a safety feature which prevents the burning of grates. 

Ash Pan— Heavy gauge (20 gauge Armco Iron) for strength. 

Ash Door — Cast Iron and carefully fitted to ash pit to make it air-tight. Disc 
Draft Check instead of sliding for more perfect draft control. 

Grates — Extra heavy double bar carried in sliding cast iron frame and easily 
removed and replaced through ash door. Duplex type for all kinds of fuel. 

Fire Pot — Extra large size oval shaped for greater fuel capacity. Side wall % 
Inch thick. 

Combustion Chamber— Herein lies the secret of. the efficiency of the Sanicola Heater. A cast iron baffle plate extends 
across the rear half of the dome forcing all smoke and gases to travel toward the front, upward into the dome where combustion 
of all heat units is complete, then downward behind the baffle plate and out through the flue. The heavy cast iron walls of the 
chamber draw all heat from the burning units during their longer travel an dexpel it into the air passing through the cabinet. 

Dome — 16 inches high. 

Feed Door — Extra large (11x17^/^ inches) to permit firing large fuel, 
swinging smoke curtain. Mica windows with perforated metal r:^inforcement. 

Flue Elbow — Cast iron for 7 -inch pipe. 
Models 

Plre pot, size, inches 

Dome height, inches 1'^ 

Plre door, inches 17% xH 

Floor space, Ins. - 31x23 

Height, inches 45 

Weight, each, lbs 4.75 

Each $89.00 




Gas tight "interlocking bead" joint and inward 



420 422 

20x13 22X13H 
22 

17%xll 

34x24 

50 

6.40 

$114.00 




SHAKOPPE HEATERS 

No. 518 Cabinet 

Shakopee Heaters are similar in design and finish to 
Model 420 and 422, except inat they are made without cast 
iron side panels. Ash pit w located in front instead of on 
right hand side. 

The cabinet is square and of pleasing proportions with 
pressed design on side panels. 

Truly a handsome and efficient heater at a reasonably 
low price. 

No. 518 Heating Unit 

Round type cast iron construction throughout supported 
directly on cast legs. 

Fire door is large and fire pot deep, permitting the use of 
large chunks of wood as well as coal for fuel. 

Grate is very heavy and of shaker type with dump cen- 
ter and a well made, easily removed ash pan of large size is 
furnished. A cast iron draft check for attaching to smoke 
pipepipe and smoke curtains are also provided. 

Fire and ash pit doors are well fitted. Fire door has hot 
blast check and ash pit door has convenient foot operated 
draft check. 

Round heaters are known to be very efficient and econ- 
omical and this one of generous proportions is especially 
satisfactory. 

Fire pot 17 inches diameter by 9 inches deep. Fire door, 
10 1/^ inches by 13 inches. 




Model 

Floor space, Inches 

Height, inches 

Weight, each, lbs. . . 
Each 



518 

24x24 

42 

3.30 

$63.00 



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GENERAL WASHINGTON 
HOT BLAST SUPER-FURNACE 




SEVEN SIZES 

Built to Standard Specifications — A Brand New Idea in Fur 
nace Construction. 

The General Washington Hot- Blast Super-Furnace is vastly 
superior in heating surface and capacity. It has two or three 
times the radiation area of the ordinary heater in the same 
size of cabinet and fire bowl. The increased radiation area 
gives increased heating capacity. The difference between a big 
stove and a small one is the fact that the larger stove has more 
radiation area in the cast-iron heating unit to give off heat. 
General Washington Hot-Blast Super-Furnaces have double 
radiation surface and give double the heat because the heating 
unit is scientifically designed with twenty square feet of heating 
surface to each square foot of grate area. Unless a stove has 
sufficient radiation surface it cannot give off the efficient and 
economical amount of heat from the coal burned. 

Constructed With Down-Draft Hot-Blast Tube 

The General Washington Hot -Blast Super-Furnace has a 
built-in down-draft tube which is hung from the center of the 
top of the combustion chamber. A register which is operated 
by a pull rod which extends through the left side of the cabinet 
is provided to control the down-draft hot -blast. 

It is well-kngwn that the down-draft hot -blast is the most 
scientific, economical and efficient method of burning soft coal 
because it burns the gas generated by the combustion of the 
coal which would otherwise be wasted by passing up the chim- 
ney. 

This feature burns the fire downward from the top. The 
velocity of the hot blast air through the down-draft tube causes 
hot air to penetrate the entire body of coal. The air is heated 
to over six hundred degrees and forms an instantanous chem- 
ical union for perfect combustion of the gas caused by the 
burning of the coal which is wasted in other stoves in which the 
hot -blast down-draft tube is not used. 



Scientifically Built for Double Heat Capacity 

The scientific formula for warm air heating systems states 
that the radiation area should be twenty times the grate 
area. These Furnaces are built to this standard — twenty-to- 
one. Comparison will show that each one of these five furnaces 
has two and three times the radiation surface of other stoves 
with the same size cabinet and fire pot. 

Fire -Pot of Scientific Desigrn 

The fire-pot is scientifically designd so that it has the cor- 
rect capacity to hold the coal required for an eight-hour period 
plus twenty per cent reserve which is used in lighting the next 
charge. The fire -pot capacity is determined by knowing the 
rate of combustion and the area of the grate. Heating en- 
gineers have learned that there is a definite rate of combustion 
for maximum efficiency. From these facts, the number of 
pounds of coal that can be efficiently and economically burned 
per hour, on the grate of these Furnaces is determind. The 
fire-pots are scientifically designed to give maximum efficiency 
of operation. The capacity of the fire-pot of each size has been 
designed so that when it is filled with coal it will operate for 
eight hours of operation there is twenty per cent of the volume 
of the fire-pot in red hot coals to light the new coal. 

Combustion Chamber 

One of the most important considerations in the design is the 
volume of the combustion chamber. The volume of the combus- 
tion chamber above the fire must be amply large to permit 
sufficient air to come in contact with the gases rising from 
the fire to burn these gases completely. Combustion chambers 
of these Furnaces are scientifically designed and proportioned 
so as to give most efficient, economical and complete combus- 
tion of these gases. 

Ash Pit 

The ash pits have been carefully designed and constructed 
so as to give ample ash space and plenty of room for conven- 
ience In removal of ashes. The ash pits are proportioned in 
accordance with the size of the fire -pot to permit an adequate 
supply of air through the grates for proper, efficient and 
economical combustion. 

Grates 

No part of a furnace is more important than the grates. In 
these Furnaces the grates are scientifically designed for efficient 
combustion and proper operation. Grates are easily removable 
through the ash door for repair or replacement. Either duplex 
gates for soft coal or wood or triangular three-bar revolving 
grates for hard coal and coke are available. 

Capacity and Rating 

In recent years very little thought or consideration has been 
given to anything but price in the selection of a furnace for 
heating the home. For this reason, the capacity of the furnace 
and its ability to heat the home in a satisfactory manner has 
been badly neglected. The rating of these Furnaces insure that 
the proper size can be selected to give entirely satisfactory 
heating service combined with efficient and economical opera- 
tion. General Washington Hot-Blast Super-Pumaces extract < 
a maximum amount of heat from the fuel burned and are most 
efficient. 

The most important consideration is that the Furnace shall 
have ample capacity to heat the home in which it is to be in- 
stalled during coldest weather. If a size too small is selected it 
will be necessary during cold weather to force the furnace or 
overfire it Keen competition often causs the Installation of a 
furnace a size or two sizes to small for the house to be heated, 
which does not give satisfactory service to the customer. This 
is to be avoided. 



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GENERAL WASHINGTON 
HOT-BLAST SUPER-FURNACE 

Two-Tone Maple Trim on Burl Walnut — Built-in Down-Draft Hot-Blast Tube 




Maple Trim 

Something new and different is the maple panel trim on the 
beautiful burl walnut finish. This follows new style trend in 
furniture. The light maple panels brighten up the living room 
in which the Washington Furnace is installed. 



l<ire Glow 

Equipped with large mica door panels to provide the cheer- 
ful glow of the Are light — a feature the public demands. The 
new fire door fits flush into a recess in the front of the cabinet, 
as does the ash door. 



Ornamental Design 

The cabinet is modern furniture design with new improved one-piece cast-iron curved top with only two loose grills, and 
with attractive panel design on furniture -like base and will harmonize with the most attractive furniture in the finest homes. 
The finish is beautiful burl walnut vitreous porcelain enamel. Maple panels brighten the design like the new furniture styles. 



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Be sure to sell the correct size for the hoiu,c tO be heated, as 
specified by the rating. 

Heretofore, lack of attention to this matter has been due to 
the lack of reliable, scientific information on furnace perfor- 
mance under working conditions. The information which is 
given regarding rating of these Furnaces is accurate and can 
be relied upon. 

Meet Established Requirements 

1. Proper rate of combustion of coal. 

2. Heating value of coal burned used to heat house. 

3. Scientifically designed grates of proper area. 

4. The efficiency of the furnace insured by: Scientifically 
designed and correct area of heating surface, and correct area 
for passage of circulating warm air between the heating unit 
and the cabinet, and the proper area of opening in the top grill. 



GENERAL WASHINGTON 

CIRCULATORS 

These factors insure these Furnaces meeting the established 
requirements of circulating, warm, moist healthful air (not hot 
air) through the house, and determine the ability of these cir- 
culating heaters to burn coal most efficiently and most econom- 
ically, and to impart the heat on account of their correctly de- 
signed heating units for delivery at the proper warm air tem- 
perature (not hot air) into the home. 

The quantity of coal burned is governed by the rate of com- 
bustion and by the area of the grate. The amount of heat 
circulated in the home depends on the scientific design and con- 
struction of the heating unit. The principl factors that deter- 
mine the efficiency of the furnace are: the total area of heat- 
ing surface, the circulation space between the heating unit and 
the cabinet and the proper area of opening in the top grill. 
Scientific design of these factors in General Washington Hot- 
s' ast Super-Furnaces insures efficient and economical opera- 
tion. 

Twenty-to-One Ratio of Heating: Surface to Grate Area 

Tests which have been conducted over many years have 
proved that the total area of heating surface should have a 
ratio to the total area of the grate of twenty- to-one. This is 
considered basic for good practice, and the heating units of 
these Furnaces are designed in accordance with this rule. 

These tests have demonstrated that the maximum efficiency 
results when the circulation space for air between the heating 
unit and the cabinet is 48 per cent of the total area. Another 
factor which determines the maximum efficiency is the area of 
opening of the top grill. This is established by these tests to be 
35 per cent of the total area. 

The area of the grate of each Furnace is determined by the 
number of rooms which it is required to heat. From this re- 
quirement the area of heating surface is determined and the 
dimensions of the fire pot and volume of the combustion 
chamber. Working from these, the area of the cabinet is deter- 
mined. The grill is designed to have 35 per cent of the total 
area, for most efficient and most economical operation. 

TWENTY SQUARE INCHES OF RADIATION SURFACE 
TO ONE SQUARE INCH OF GRATE AREA 

Grate surface determines fuel consumption. Radiation area 
determines heat utilized from the fuel. Grate area and radia- 
tion surface are correct factors of heating capacity. Fire-pot 
size does not indicate heating capacity. 

The No. 325 General Washington Hot-Blast Super-Furnace 
has more radiation surface and will give off more heat than the 
average competitive twenty-inch fire bowl heater. This fur- 
nace has eleven and one half square feet of radiation surface 
in its heating unit. A well-known competitive furnace with a 
twenty -inch fire bowl has less than ten square feet radiation 
area. 

No Fuel Waste 

A square foot of grate surface will burn enough coal to heat 
twenty square feet of radiation surface. If only ten feet of 
radiation surface is provided, there is a 50 per cent waste of 
fuel. Education of the public to buy heaters on a measurement 
of radiation surface of rating instead of by fire bowl size is 
necessary. 



Model 


No. '129 


No. 527 


No. 426 


No. 325 


No. 224 


Height 


54 in. 


47 in. 


44 in. 


42 in. 


40 in. 


Feed Door Opening 


19x11 in. 


14x9 in. 


14x9 in. 


12x7 in. 


IOV2X6 in. 


Ash Door Opening 


19x7 in. 


14x5 in. 


14x5 in. 


12x5 in. 


10x5 in. 


Pipe Collar 


7 in. 


7 in. 


7 in. 


6 in. 


6 in. 


Height, Floor to Cen- 
ter Pipe Collar 


41 in. 


34 in. 


31 in. 


29 in. 


27 In. 


Floor Space 


36x26 in. 


32x24 in. 


29x22 in. 


27x21 in. 


26x20 in. 


Weight 


750 lbs. 


500 lbs. 


400 lbs. 


325 lbs. 


290 lbs. 


Residence Heating 


7 to 9 Rooms 
7000-9000 cu. ft. 


5 to 7 Rooms 
5000-7000 CU. ft 


4 to 6 rooms 
4000-6000 cu. ft. 


3 to 5 Rooms 
3000-5000 cu. ft 


2 to 4 rooms 
2000-4000 cu. ft. 


One Large Room 
Exposed 


10500-13500 
CU. ft. 


7500-10500 
CU. ft. 


6000-9000 
cu. ft. 


4500-7500 
cu. ft. 


3000-6000 
cu. ft. 


One Large Room 
Un -Exposed 


16800-21600 
ru. ft. 


12000-16800 
cu. ft. 


9600-14400 
CU. ft. 


7200-12000 
cu. ft. 


4800-9600 
cu. ft. 


Price 


$130.00 


$100.00 


$78.00 


$62.00 


$53.50 



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CIRCULATORS 



It is the only correct way to measure heating capacity. A 
heater which is not built to standard code wastes fuel. 

Double-Ribbed Combustion Chamber 

The combustion chamber is made of tough, gray cast-iron 
with heavy fins both inside and outside. It is extra large with 
plenty of space for proper mixture of air, gases, and smoke to 
promote complete combustion. The combustion chamber Is 
made of five sections to permit expansion and contraction with- 
out cracking or warping. The pipe collar is in the back. . The 
top of the combustion chamber therefore extends up above the 
pipe collar, which holds the heat and holds the smoke and 
soot immediately over the fire until practically all of the smoke 
and soot is consumed and the heat Is circulated throughout 
the building instead of allowing a large portion of this heat to 
go up the chimney with the smoke, as occurs with other fur- 
naces where the pipe collar is on top instead of in the back. 
The pipe collar being in the back also eliminates the necessity 
of using an elbow when connecting these furnaces direct to a 
fireplace. 

Long Life Fire Bowl 

The fire bowl is extra heavy, extra thick, and double -ribbed 
inside and outside, and further strengthened with a reverse arch 
shape, as illustrated in the accompanying cut of the inner heat- 
ing unit, to prevent cracking. The fire bowl has been purpose- 
ly built extra heavy to withstand heavy firing and hard service. 

Extra Large Doors 

One of the most attractive features of all five sizes of the 
General Washington Hot-Blast Super-FMmace is the extra 
large feed doors and ash doors used. On model No. 729 and 
model No. 628, the feed doors are sufficiently large so that a 
nail keg may be rolled into them, as shown in the accompany- 
ing cut. The feed doors on all sizes are made extra large in or- 
der to make firing easy and in order to permit firing of large 
lumps of coal or long sticks of wood. 

More Heat Because of Fins 

Cast-iron fins on the fire bowl and combustion chamber, both 
on the inside and on the outside, induct the heat more rapidly 
from the fire. These ribs also provide more rubbing surface for 
the air circulating between the heating unit and the cabinet to 
brush off the heat. The heat is inside of the furnace and will 



escape up the flue except for the amount intercepted and radi- 
ated and brushed off by the circulating warm air. Therefore 
the doub'e-finned construction used on these Furnaces provides 
more iron to intercept heat and to radiate heat and more sur- 
face for the circulating air to brush this heat off and use it for 
heating the home. 




The cut above shows a cross section six inches long of the 
firepot. Note that measurement following the fins is slightly 
more than nine inches. In a section six inches square there 
is an area of nine times six or 54 square inches on the ribbed 
radiating surface as compared with sJx times six or only 36 
square inches on a smooth surface. These ribs therefore in- 
crease radiating surface 18 square inches or 50 per cent. 

Cast-iron Elbow 

A new improved cast-iron loose elbow equipped with an over- 
sized check-draft register and equipped with a cast-iron turn 
damper is supplied with all sizes. This elbow insures proper 
control of the fire at all times when operated in conjunction 
with the hot-blast down -draft and the direct -draft damper in 
the ash pit door. 

Cast -Iron Water Pan in the Back 

The water pan on each one of the five sizes is located in the 
back panel at the correct height to insure proper addition of a 
healthful amount of moisture to circulating warm air. 
Louvers and Hand-Holds in Side Panels 

No. 729 equipped with hand- grips on the sides for ease in 
handling. Cold air intake is through the bottom in order to 
provide long travel across the heating unit and therefore more 
intensely heat the air. However, supplementary cold air intake 
is provided on all models through four louvers in each side. 
These louvers provide auxiliary cold air intake and also deflect 
radiated heat from the fire box downward onto the floor near 
these furnaces. 



A COMPARISON OF RADIATION SURFACE AND THE GRATE AREA OF CIRCULATORS 



No. 325 Washington 

No. 2 (Nationally known 

(brand) 
No. 3 (Price Line) 



Fire Bowl 

16 in. 
20 in, 

20 in. 



Radiation 

Surface 
1695 sq. in. 

1295 sq. in. 

1633 sq. in. 



Grate Area 
84 sq. in. 
136 sq.ft. 

126 sq. in. 



Ratio Radiation 

to Grate 

20tol 

10 to! 

13tol 



Fuel Waste 
Per Cent Dollars 



50% $10.00 out of 

$20.00 
30% $7.00 out of 

$20.00 



Notice from the above table that a No. 325 General Washing- 
ton Hot Blast Super-Furnace has 25 per cent more radiation 
surface than the No. 2 Circulator and has more radiation sur- 
face than the No. 3 Circulator and has more radiation surface 
than the No. 3 Circulator. Note that both No. 2 and 3 Cir- 
culators have 20-inch fire pots. Therefore, the smaller size 
general Washington Hot -Blast Super-Furnace will heat more 
space than either the No. 2 or No. 3 Circulator. On account 
of the fact that it costs less to operate the No. 325 General 
Washington Hot -Blast Super-Furnace and because it heats more 
space than either of the other two Circulators, it is of course 
quite evident that it is much more efficient and economical and 
that it costs much less for operation and therefore will pay for 
itself in much shorter time than either of the other two Cir- 
culators. 

Notice also from the above table that grate area in the No, 
325 General Washington Hot-Blast Super-Furnace is less in 
order to insure correct fuel consumption, while the other two 



Circulators have large grate areas and consequently consume 
more fuel. It is a fact that each one of these two Circulators 
has nearly twice as much grate area as it should have in pro- 
portion to the ratio to radiation surface. This is shown as fuel 
waste and there is no exaggeration in the table under the head- 
ing which shows that the No. 2 Circulator is wasting about 
$10.00 out of every $20.00 worth of coal burned, while the No. 3 
is wasting about $7.00 out of every $20.00. 

This wasted coal goes up the chimney and is actually wasted 
heat that was produced but which could not be used in heat- 
ing the home on account of lack of heating surface to radiate 
it. 

The No. 325 General Washington Hot-Blast Super-Furnace is 
therefore shown to be wonderfully efficient in operation. It has 
more radiation surface than either the No. 2 or No. 3 Circula- 
tor with 20 -inch fire bowls and will consume less fuel in heat- 
ing a larger space. 



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CIRCULATING HEATERS 



MARATHON 




The Marathon Circulator makes the newest and best method of 
hea-ting homes without basements available at a very reasonable 
cost. This heater will supply an abundance of healthful, warm, 
humidified air which will circulate to each corner of all connecting 
rooms; thus keeping the entire home at a comfortable temperature. 

In design, the Marathon is similar to a beautiful high grade radio 
cabinet. It is finished in deep, rich walnut enamel in keeping with 
the finest, most modern home furnishings. This enamel finish can 
easily be kept clean and bright by an occasional wiping with an ordi- 
nary dust cloht. There is no nickel to tarnish, no black surface to 
require constant use of stove polish. 

A feature of the Marathon which receives enthusiastic approval 
(especially where wood is the fuel) is the extra large feed 
foor on both sizes. The 22 -inch size, for instance, has an opening 
large enough to admit a full size nail keg. Duplex grates for efficient 
burning of either wood or coal, are regular equipment. 



HEATING UNIT 

The heating unit of the Marathon is all of cast iron of extra 
heavy weight. The grates and firepot are especially substan- 
tial. These are the parts which usually give out first, so extra 
gtrensth at these points means longer trouble free service. 



CASING 

The casing of the Marathon is all finished in walnut porcelain 
enamel. The sides and back are of Armco sheet steel and 
the front is heavy cast iron. The casing doors carry an orna- 
mental grille-work design which is backed with ivory color 
steel cane. 



No. LW221 — Marathon — (With Lignite Grates). Finished in Grained Walnut Enamel. Ship, wt., 375 lbs. Each.. 90.00 

No. B221 — Marathon — Casing finished in plain black iron. Shipping weight 480 lbs. Each 75.OO 

No. B201 — Marathon — Casing finished in plain black iron. Shipping weight — lbs. Each 59,00 



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MARATHON 




The grille-work of the casing doors on the Senator, is backed up with light- 
colored steel cane-work. This presents a very pleasing appearance and still allows 
the cheerful glow of the fire to be seen. The upper doors give free clearance to the 
inside fire-doors but are not so large as to show the entire heating unit. (The in- 
side fire door is porcelain enameled finish.) . Note that this double door construction 
does away with chipping and crazing, so common on heaters with only a single feed 
door. 



— Specifications — 

Nos. 201 

Height, overall, inches 46 

Heating capacity, rooms 3-5 

Use No. 94 Stove Board, size 28x34 

Width, inches 28 

Depth, inches 19 

Pirepot, inches 20x12x9 V- 

Peed Door Opening, inches 8x16 

Ash Door Opening, inches 7x16 

Smoke Pipe, inches I 

Shipping weight, pounds 390 



221 

48 

4-6 
30x38 

32 

20 

22x13x91/2 

11x18 

61/2x18 

7 

475 



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SPECIAL LIGNITE GRATE EQUIP- 
MENT FOR LW221 MARATHON 




The Marathon (in the large 22 Inch 
size only) can be furnished with special 
grates for lignite coal as illustrated above 
These grates were designed and sponsored 
by a University Professor who has made 
a life -long study of burning lignite. Ex- 
haustive tests have proven that these 
grates will save nearly 60 per cent of the 
coal which normallly drops into the ash 
pit when lignite is used; only 5 per cent 
of this will be unburned, combustible fuel 
compared to 40 per cent when other 
grates are used. These grates will easily 
hold fire over-night — almost an impos- 
sibility with other types. Note that a set 
of thes^ grates really consists of seven 
bars, so Qlaced as to be directly under 
the spaces between the upper bars. In 
this way free circulation is assured with- 
out excessive loss of fuel. 




FITTING PABTC Of rumn 'j inFkiifHiNB rsnim 



Extra large check damper that can be opened or closed for 
control of fire. 



Ash Pits and Ash Doors as well as Ash Door Slides are ma- 
chine ground insuring perfect fitting joints, making regulation 

of fire easy. 



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C I R_C U Iv AT O FC- 



See Full 
Description On 
Opposite Page 







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©f^E LOOM. 

and your customers will buy/ 




When your customers see the 
Sunny Boy, you won*t have to 
sell them on its beauty . . 
they'll "get" that in their very 
first g^limpse of it. 



The Sunny Boy presents a 
clean-cut modernistic appear- 
ance. Three burnings of porce- 
lain enamel on ingot enameling 
iron make this lovely walnut 
finish absolutely permanent. 
Even with the doors closed you 
enjoy the cheerful glow of the 
fire. The Sunny Boy cabinet is 
asbestos lined. 




iliftii 



r 



Special attention is called to the 
heat-radiating flanges on fire pot 
and dome, projecting smoke can- 
opy, hot blast feature, heavy angle 
iron base (not cast iron) and the 
extra large fire door opening. 



The Sunny Boy is just as beau- 
tiful when the doors are open as 
when they are closed. When the 
doors are open a perfect flood of 

radiant heat pours out into the 
room. The ornamental front grille 
can be raised and latched to facil- 
itate cleaning of the heating unit. 



SUNNY BOY CIRCULATOR 



Numbers 

Heating capacity, rooms 

Height of cabinet, inches 

Width of cabinet, inches 

Depth of cabinet, inches 

Length of fire pot, inches 

Width of radiating flanges, inches . . 

Weight of fire pot, lbs 

Fire Door Opening:, inches . 

Size of pipe collar, inches 

Vapor Tank 

Ash Pan, large, gauge 

Net weight complete, lbs. 

Shipping weight (crated) , lbs. 

Each 

-Extra large fire door opening. 



A-118 


B-120 


C-122 


2-3 


4-5 


4-6 


43 


45 


48 


28 


30 


321/2 


20 


22 


23% 


18 


20 


22 


% 


% 


% 


5 


70 


95 


9x15 


==11x17 


* 12x19 


7 


7 


7 


Copper 


Copper 


Copper 


18 


18 


18 


370 


450 


555 


420 


510 


620 


$77.00 


$95.00 


$112.00 



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CIRCULATING HEATERS 
WASHINGTON 




No. 220 

Height 45 in. 

Fire Pot 20x12x10 in. 

Feed Door Opening 16x9 14 in. 

Ash Door Opening 13x6 in. 

Pipe Collar 7 in. 

Height, Floor to Center of Pipe Collar 33 in. 

Floor Space 28x21 in. 

Weight 375 lbs. 

Heats 5-6 Rooms 5000-6000 cu. ft. 

Each $66.00 



No. 218 

43 in. 

18x11x9 in. 

131/2x8% in. 

12x5 in. 

7 In. 

31 in. 

26x20 in. 

300 lbs. 

4-5 Rooms 4000-5000 CU. ft. 

$53.00 



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WASHINGTON FURNACES 



200 SERIES 

This series of Washington Furnaces has been added to the 
line to meet the demand for furnaces with oval firepots in most 
attractive and modern cabinets. Each one of these furnaces 
has been designed and constructed so as to incorporate all of 
the latest features of efficiency and economy of operation in 
combination with the most artistic design and beauty of ap- 
pearance of the outer cabinet. 

Attractive Furniture 

The cabinets of this series of Washington Furnaces are of 
modern furniture design, constructed with new improved one- 
piece cast-iron curved top with only one loose grille. For this 
reason, these cabinets will harmonize with the most attractive 
furniture in modern homes. They are finished in vitreous por- 
celain enamel grained Burl walnut with two-tone maple trim. 




All Cast-Iron Inner Construction 

The inner construction of thess furnaces is all cast-iron, in- 
cluding the main bottom and the ash pit. Angle iron and sheet 
steel construction of main bottom and ash pit is NOT used. 
The all cast-iron inner construction insures long and satisfac- 
tory heating service combined with efficient and economical op- 
eration. The arched dome radiating combustion chamber is 
built in two sections in order to allow for expansion and con- 
traction. All joints are extra deep and are made up in genuine 
asbestos cement. 



Radiating Combustion Chamber 

The pipe collar is in the back. The top of the combustion 
chamber therefore extends up above the pipe collar, which holds 
the heat, and holds the smoke and soot immediately over the 
fire until practically all the smoke and soot is consumed and the 
heat is circulated throughout the building instead of allow- 
ing a large portion of this heat to go up the chimney with the 
smoke as occurs in other circulating heaters where the pipe 
collar is on top instead of in the back. The pipe collar being 
in the back also eliminates the necessity of using an elbow 
when connecting these furnaces directly to a fireplace. 

Extra Large Feed Doors 

The feed doors are made extra large in order that fuel may 
be added in large sizes and particularly in order that large sticks 
of wood may be fired when it is desirable to burn this fuel 
rather than coal. The feed doors are equipped with mica panels 
through which the cheerful glow of the fire is visible at all 
times. Ash doors are likewise large, and ash pits have been 
designed with ample capacity. 

Duplex Grates for Coal or Wood 

Each one of these furnaces is manufactured with heavy du- 
plex grates for burning soft coal or wood. When required, each 
furnace can be furnished with two triangular bar grates for 
burning hard coal. 

Cast-Iron Elbow 

Each furnace is equipped with a cast-iron elbow in which is 
located a check-draft register which insures control of the fire 
at all times. 

Cast-iron Water Pan In the Back 

The cast-iron water pan in each one of these furnaces is 
scientifically located in the back panel at the correct height to 
insure proper addition of a healthful amount of moisture to the 
circulating warm air. 

Curved Cast-Iron Front 

The main front of the cabinet of each one of these furnaces Is 
attractively curved as is the top of the cabinet. Front, top, and 
legs are constructed entirely of cast-iron. This type of con- 
struction insures absolute sturdiness and rigidity of the outer 
cabinet, and insures a more attractive and modern design, as 
well as long life. 

Louvers in Side Panels 

Practically all of the air for circulation comes in through the 
open bottom of these furnaces. For this reason, it has a longer 
travel across the heating unit and is therefore more intensely 
heated and circulated at a more rapid rate than in other cir- 
culating heaters in which all of the air is taken in at the 
sides. In addition to the openings in the bottom of these fur- 
naces, there are four louvers in each side panel through which 
auxiliary air is admitted by means of which the efficiency of 
circulation is increased. These louvers also deflect radiated 
heat from the fire pot downward on to the fioor near these 
furnaces. 



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CIRCULATING HEATERS 
LIBERTY 



y™ 




New Arch Top, Walnut Enameled Circulator, Cast Front and Top. 

No. 620A— Height, 44 inches; width, 2514 inches; depth, nv^ inches. Fire Pot, 18i^xll^x8 Inches; Feed Door Opening. 
16x8^ inches: Ash Door Opening, 13^x6 inches. Smoke Pipe, 7 inch. Shipping weight crated, 350 pounds. Each $59.00 

No. 838— Height, 43 inches; width, 24% inches; depth, 18 Inches; feed door opening, 13x8 Inches; ash door opening, 14x6 
Inches. Size pipe 7 inches. Size of fire pot 18x12x8 inches. Shipping weight, 330 pounds. Each $57.00 

No. 612J— Height, 37 inches; Width, 17 inches; Depth. 13^ Inches. Fire Pot, lOVaxSxO inches. Feed Door Opening, 9x6 inches. 
Ash Door Opening. 9x5 inches. Smoke Pipe. 6 inch. Shipping weight, crated. 165 lbs. Each $31.90 



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CIRCULATING HEATERS 
LIBERTY 




This cut shows only the inner unit, without casing 



We have perfected the new style oblong fire bowl which Is HEAVILY RIBBED AND CORRUGATED in such a manner 
that the expansion is evenly distributed. This is the most advanced step toward preventing fire bowls from cracking and 
burning out. Also our fire bowls are much heavier, weighing from 10 to 20 pounds more than other makes. 

The inside unit which is often red hot is placed at a safe distance from the enameled shell. This prevents DISCOLOR- 
ING OR BLISTERING of the enamel when the heater is properly fired. 

EXTRA LARGE FEED DOORS which make it easy to fire up with wood or coal. 

All our circulators, have DUPLEX grates with cogs on the outside of the ash pit where they are free from the clinkers 
and ashes that clog up other style mechanisms. This feature also makes it easy to repair or replace. 

Fire door frames are made separate from the fire dome, this allows for expansion and prevents the door from pulling away 
from the dome. 

All our circulators have BEAUTIFUL CAST IRON GRILLED TOPS, while many other heaters on the market have thin 
sheet steel tops that warp and sag when heavily fired. 

The LOUVERS on our circulators are scientifically designed and placed so as to insure rapid circulation and to ventilate 
the enamel shell. 

All models, including the smallest size, have the ash door and ash door frame SMOOTHLY GROUND, which enables 
our circulators to HOLD HEAT LONGER. 

New style, oblong HIGH -RIBBED FIRE DOME comes up near the grilled top of the circulator. 

Our VAPOR PANS are cast iron, concealed in back, easily filled with water without removing pan from casing. 

Heavy cast iron bases which prevent the inside unit from moving in the outer shell. This feature keeps the doors in line 
so that they will open and close easily. 

The fire grates ^re easily replaced. Every dealer will appreciate this feature. 

Large ash pits which make the fire grates last longer. The low prices on our circulators are made possible by MASS 
PRODUCTION and POPULAR DEMAND. 



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SUNNY BOY WASHINGTON 




Walnut Enamel Finish 
Duplex Grates For Coal or Wood 

No. 610 — Walnut finish; Duplex Grates; Inside of Fire Bowl, 18x101 2 inches; 7 V2 -inches deep; Extreme height 46 inches; Floor! 
space 28x24 inches; Feed Door Opening 14x7 y2 inches; Ash Door. Opening 14x61,2 inches; Size pipe 7 inches. Weight crated 335 
pounds. Each $55.00 



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WASHINGTON FURNACE 
NO. 610 SUNNY BOY 



To meet the demand for our distributors for a Washington 
Furnace with an oval fire pot in a most attractive and up-to- 
date cabinet, our designers and engineers have produced the 
No. 610 Sunny Boy Washington Furnace incorporating all of the 
latest features of efficiency and economy of the inner unit com- 
bined with artistic design and beauty of appearance of the outer 
cabinet. 



Radiating: Combustion Chamber 

The pipe collar is in the back. The top of the combustion 
chamber therefore extends up above the pipe collar, which 
holds the heat and holds the smoke and soot immediately over 
the fire until practically all of the smoke and soot is consumed 
and the heat is circulated throughout the building instead of 
allowing a large portion of this heat to go up the chimney with 
the smoke as occurs with other Furnaces where the pipe 
collar is on top instead of in the back. The pipe collar be- 
ing in the back also eliminates the necessity of using an elbow 
when connecting this Furnace direct to a fire place. 



Large Feed Door 

The feed door of the No. 610 Washington Furnace is made 
large in order that fuel may be added in large sizes, and particu- 
larly in order that large sticks of wood may be fired when it is 
desirable to burn this fuel rather than coal. In addition, the 
fire door of the No. 610 Sunny Boy Washington Furnace is 
equipped with mica panel in order that the cheerful glow of 
the nre may pass out to make the room more attractive and 
home like. 



Cast Iron Inner Construction 

The inner construction of the Sunny Boy Washington Fur- 
nace is all cast iron above the fire pot, and is made to Insure 
long and satisfactory heating service combined with economical 
and efficient operation. The combustion chamber of this Fur- 
nace is built in four sections in order to allow for expansion 
and contraction. This type of construction insures against any 
possibility of warping or cracking, and in this way eliminates 
any possibility of trouble. All of the joints in the Sunny Boy 
Washington Furnace are made up in genuine asbestos cement, 
which insures the best type of Furnace construction known. 
These joints will not leak smoke or gas and will not open up 
due to expansion and contraction. 



GRATE 

The Sunny Boy Washington Furnace is manufactured either 
with duplex grate for burning soft coal or wood, or with two in- 
terchangeable tri-bar grates for burning hard coal. Unless 
otherwise specified the duplex grate will be shipped. 



Cast Iron Elbow 

The Surmy Boy Washington Furnace is equipped with a cast 
iron elbow in which is located a check damper which insures 
control of the fire at all times. 



Grained Walnut Enamel Finish 

The Sunny Boy Washington Furnace is manufactured only in 
grained walnut porcelain enamel finish, and for this reason it 
will harmonize at all times with the most attractive furniture 
in the finest homes. All of the sheet metal parts of the outer 
cabinet of the Sunny Boy Washington Furnace are grained 
walnut porcelain enamel on Armco Ingot Iron which is recog- 
nized as the best material in the world as a carrier for a por- 
celain enamel finish. , 

Hot Blast Fire Box 

The Sunny Boy Washington Furnace is fitted with our fea- 
tured hot blast fire box. Air is drawn directly from the room 
through two hot blast ducts at each of the lower corners of the 
fire door casting. This auxiliary air is passed directly across 
the top of the blazing fuel where it acts as a smoke consumer, 
burning up all of the gases in the fuel and the smoke and thus 
increases the heating efficiency of this Furnace. 

Cast Iron Water Pan in the Back 

As in our other Washington Furnaces the cast iron water pan 
in the Sunny Boy Washington Furnace is scientifically located 
in the back at the correct height to insure proper addition of a 
healthful amount of moisture to the circulating warm air. 

Fire Glow Visible At All Times 

The attractive cabinet of the Sunny Boy Washington Furnace 
is equipped with double outside doors which extend all the way 
down, and in these doors are located attractive and graceful 
panels of "Metal -Lace.*' Through these panels the fire glow is 
visible when the outer doors of the cabinet are closed, as well 
as when the outer doors of the cabinet are open, at ivhich time 
the fire glow is apparent through the mica feed door. 

Cast Iron Columns 

The two front corners of the Sunny Boy Washington Furnace 
are fitted with attractive cast iron columns which lend dignity 
and grace to the attractive appearance of this Furnace, and 
which also make for rigidity of this beautiful cabinet. 

Louvers in Side Panels 

Practically all of the air that is taken into the Sunny Boy 
Washington Furnace for circulation is taken in through the op- 
en bottom of this Furnace, and for this reason it has a longer 
travel across the heating unit and is therefore more intensely 
heated and is circulated at a more rapid rate than in Furnaces 
in which all of the air is taken in at the sides. 

In addition to the openings in the bottom of this Furnace 
there are four louvers in each side panel through which auxil- 
iary air is admitted by means of which the efficiency of circu- 
lation of this Furnace is increased. 

The heated air is passed out at the top of this Furnace 
through a most attractively designed cast iron grill. 

Comfortable Floor Warmth 

The construction of the Sunny Boy Washington Furnace is 
such that it will warm the floor immediately in the vicinity 
of the Furnace. 



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CIRCULATING HEATERS 
LIBERTY 




I 



We Imve perfected the new style oblong fire bowl which is HEAVILY RIBBED AND CORRUGATED in such a manner 
that the expansion is evenly distributed. This is the most advanced step toward preventing fire bowls from cracking and burn- 
ing out. Also our fire bowls are much heavier, weighing from 10 to 20 pounds more than other makes. 

The inside unit which is often red hot is placed at a safe distance from the enameled shell. This prevents DISCOLOR- 
ING OR BLISTERING Of the enamel when the heater is properly fired. 

EXTRA LARGE FEED DOORS which make it easy to fire up with wood or coaL 

All our circulators, have DUPLEX grates with cogs on the outside of the ash pit where they are free from the clinkers 
and ashes that clog up other style mechanisms. This feature also makes it easy to repair or replace. 

Fire door frames are made separate from the fire dome, this allows for expansion and prevents the door from pulling away 
from the dome. 

All our circulators have BEAUTIFUL CAST IRON GRILLED TOPS, while many other heaters on the market have thin 
sheet steel tops that warp and sag when heavily fired. 

The LOUVERS on our circulators are scientifically designed and placed so as to insure rapid circulation and to ventilate 
the enamel shell. 

All models, including the smallest size, have the ash door and ash door frame SMOOTHLY GROUND, which enables our 
circulators to HOLD HEAT LONGER. 

New style, oblong HIGH -RIBBED FIRE DOME comes up near the grilled top of the circulator. 

Our VAPOR PANS are cast iron, concealed in back, easily filled with water without removing pan from casing. 

Heavy cast iron bases which prevent the inside unit from moving in the outer shell. This feature keeps the doors in 
line so that they will open and close easily. 

The fire grates are easily replaced. Every dealer will appreciate this feature. 

Large ash pits which make the fire grates last longer. 

The low prices on our circulators are made possible by MASS PRODUCTION and POPULAR DEMAND. 

Swelled Front, Cast iron, Walnut Enamel finish, heavy duplex grates. 



.1 



No. 818 — Height, 43 inches; Width, 23% inches; Depth, 16 inches. Peed door opening, 13x7 M: inches. Ash Door opening ll^^x- 
5% inches, Size pipe 6 inches. Shipping weight — pounds. Each $52.00 

No. 820 — Height, 45 inches; Width, 25^/^ inches; Depth, 17 1^ inches. Feed Door opening 16x8. inches. Ash Door opening lZ'^^x5'^^ 
inches. Size pipe, 7 inches. f=ize of fire pot 19^^x12x8 inches. Shipping weight 360 lbs. Eacn $60.00 



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CIRCULATING HEATERS 
ANCHOR 



HEALTHFUL HEAT 



ii 




Health and Happiness, Comfort and Convenience — these 
are enjoyed in ANCHOR heated homes. 

The scientific principle of heating upon which ANCHOR 
Heaters operate — that of circulating moist, warm air-^is con- 
ceded by authorities to be the most healthful method. The 
air in an ANCHOR heated home is in motion, thereby impart- 
ing a feeling of freshness and insuring a rapid change of at- 
mosphere, with the maintenance of uniform temperature. 

Plants thrive in ANCHOR heated homes, because of the 
balmy air circulated by this most modern method. 

Boiler plate joints of ANCHOR Heaters are acetylene v^elded, 
which fuses the metal into one piece and positively prevents the 
leakage of smoke, gas or dust into the house. 



SAVES FUEL 




A large saving results from the automatic -jperation of the 
ANCHOR down-draft, hot-blast, heat intensifler. Its action 
serves to extract practically all of the heat units from the coal 
by burning the volatile gases that ordinarily escape up the 
flue. It cokes the coal and provides a steady, intense fire. So 
efficient is the operation of this device that a fire in the 
ANCHOR may actually be kindled from the top. 



IT'S GREAT TO GET UP IN A WARM 
HOME 




Everyone who has ever tended a fire knows the great con- 
venience and comfort of a heater that does not require frequent 
rebuilding of the fire . ANCHOR Heaters are guaranteed to 
hold fire overnight. The ash pit door and frame are ground 
paper tight, permitting perfect control of the fire at all times. 



HEATS THE WHOLE HOUSE 




Showing the natural circulation of air currents in the 
ANCHOR heated home. 

Because it heats the whole house by circulating moist, warm 
air, an ANCHOR Heater will replace a number of stoves, and 
provides an even flow of heat to every room. Thus you get 
furnace heat at stove cost. 

To avoid expensive and discomforting breakdov/ns of your 
heating plant, you should insist upon a Written guarantee that 
the firepot will wltlistand hard firing in extreme weather. 

ANCHOR firepots are tile lined and Guaranteed (in writing) 
for 5 years. 



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CIRCULATING HEATERS 
ANCHOR 

Vitrified tile -lined firepot guaranteed for five years. 

For over 35 years, ANCHOR has used vitrified tile linings of high quality conforming to U. S. Govern^ 
ment standards. With tens of thousands of Anchor Heaters in use, replacements are few. We give a 5-yeaj 
written guarantee, but Anchor firepots last indefinitely. 



Guaranteed to hold fire over-night — boiler plate construction. 

Heavy, boiler plate steel used in Anchor Heaters withstands much higher trmperatures than cast 
iron. The fact that steel is used in large installations where utmost reliability is demanded, such as office 
buildings, battleships, and furnace cupolas in which cast iron is actually melted, should recommend Anchor 
construction to every heater prospect. 





— SPECinCATIONS— 

CABINET— 
Height, 52 inches; width, 25 inches; depth, 25 inches; floor 
space required, 28 in. sq. Warm air outlet, 374 sq. in. Cold 
air inlet 266 sq. in. Water pan capacity, 2 gal. Evaporating 
surface, 274 sq. in. Heating capacity, 12,000 cu. ft. in home 
or store with divided space, or 18,000 cu. ft. in open space 
such as ball room or hall. 

HEATING ELEMENT— 

Height, ^3V2 inches; width, 18 inches; firepot, 16 in. wide 
at top and bottom; depth, 131/2 in.; coal carrying capacity. 
9-10 bu.; radiating surface, (primary) 2800 sq. in.; total 6132 
sq. in. Element equipped with down draft hot blast tube. 
Plat, ball bearing, draw center grade, 16 in. diam. Peed door 
opening, 12y8 in. high; 9% in. in width. Ash door opening, 
778 in. high; 141/3 in. wide. Feed door equipped with smoke 
curtain. 

Queen Anne — Weight each. 475 lbs. Each $132.00 



—SPECIFICATIONS- 
CABINET— 

Height, 48% inches; width, 23 inches; floor space required, 25 
in. sq. Warm air outlet, 273 sq. in. Cold air intake, 232 sq. 
in. Water pan capacity, 1 gal. 

HEATING ELEMENT— 
Height, MV2 inches; diameter, 16^^ inches; coal carrying 
capacity, 7-10 bu.; radiating surface, (primary) 1800 sq. in.; 
total radiating surface, 5,600 sq. in. Grate surface, 153 sq. in. 
Diameter of fire pot, 15 in. 

Tudor— Weieht. each. 320 lbs. Each $93.50 



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CIRCULATING HEATERS 

ANCHOR 

ACETYLENE WELDED JOINTS 

The oxyacetylene process used in the manufacture of Anchor heaters fuses the joints and thereby 
safeguards against any possibility of the seams opening; as the metal expands and contracts. We could 
save money by electric welding, but we prefer to spend this extra money to insure you of getting a gas 
smoke and dust tight heater. 



HOT BLAST INTENSIFIER 

This is a hollow, metal tube suspended in the combustion chamber. Air admitted through this 
tube is pre -heated as it flows downward, causing it to readily mix with the unburned or volatile gases as 
It enters the heater. This action provides extra heat and reduces smoke. 

In ordinary heaters these unbuined gases are wasted up the flue. 






SUNSHINE 




—SPECIFICATIONS— 

CABINET— 

Height, 48% inches; width, 23 inches; floor space required, 
25 in. sq. Warm air outlet, 273 sq. in. Cold air intake, 232 
sq. in. Water pan capacity, 1 gal. 

HEATING ELEMENT— 

Height, 381/2 inches; diameter, 16% inches; coal carrying 
capacity, 7-10 bu. Radiating surface, (primary) 1800 sq. 
in.; total radiating surface, 5,600 sq. in. Grate surface, 
153 sq. in. Diameter of fire pot, 15 in. 

Sunshine— Weight, each, 320 lbs. Each $93.50 



—SPECIFICATIONS 

CABINET— 

Height, 43 inches; width, 27 inches; depth, 20 inches; 

floor space required, 20x7 inches; warm air outlet, 270 sq. 

in.; cold air intake, 185 sq. in.; water pan capacity, 2 

quarts; heating capacity, 6,000 cu. ft. 
HEATING ELEMENT— 

Height, 33 inches; width, 18 inches; depth, 10 inches; fire 

pot, 16x8 inches; radiating surface, (primary) 1$58 square 

inches; total radiating surface, 3056 square inches. 

Firepot holds % bushel of coal. 

Brilliant — Weight, each, 240 pounds. Each $67.90 



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CIRCULATING HEATERS 

^'ARISTOCRAT" 

Exceptional beauty of design, has been incorporated with ut- 
most efficiency in operation to make the Aristocrat the out- 
standing circulating heater of the year. The Aristocrat is not 
only a modern up-to-date heating system but it is an attractive 
addition to the finest furniture and will give to the home that 
air of distinction so much desired. 

Patterned along the lines of the late radio models, the design 
of the Aristocrat exhibits the finest cabinet-maker's artistry. Its 
beauty secures admiration from the severest critic and will bring 
joy to the heart of any woman who takes pride in the appear- 
ance, as well as the comfort of her home. 

In building the inside heating element of the Aristocrat, ev- 
ery precaution has been taken to assure many years service and 
long life as well as exceptional capacity. Its many features, 
described on the following page, are convincing proof of its 
exceptional qualities. 

No. 488E — Aristocrat — Finished in Grained Walnut Porcelain 
Enamel. Shipping weight, 485 lbs. Each $98.00 



j: Magazine for Hard Coal and Coke — Each 



.$6.00 




"JUST WHAT THE NAME IMPLIES— ARISTOCRAT OF 
CIRCULATING HEATERS" 

When desired the cheerful glow 
of the fire in an Aristocrat may be 
seen by opening the casing doors. 
Inside these doors is a large fire door 
with mica windows. 



SPECIFICATIONS 

Height, inches 50 

Width, inches 25 

Depth, inches 25 

Feed Door, inches 11x12 

Dia. of Comb. Chamber, in, 18^ 
Use No. 89 Stove Board size 33x33 
Humidifier capacity, gallons % 
Reversible Collar, inches. . 7 




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CIRCULATING HEATERS 




*'THE CRUSADER" 

"A STAUNCH AND STURDY ANTAGONIST OF WINTER'S COLD ' 

THE HARDWICK CRUSADER is the realzation of all that is modern 
and progressive in heating appliances^ and combines a design that is ar- 
tistic and beautiful with a heating capacity unknown in the old-fash- 
ioned heater. 

THE CRUSADER will produce abundant moist heat sufficient for 
two or three average sized rooms, and it anticipates the requirements of 
those who demand convenience and economy of operation. 

The remarkably low price of the CRUSADER places this attractive 
and desirable circulator within reach of those of moderate circumstances 
and widens its field of usefulness. 

With its beautiful walnut enamel finish the CRUSADER will har- 
monize with its surroundings and provide a wholesome atmosphere of 
warmth and comfort. 



No. 389 — Walnut Enamel Finish. Each 



.$51.90 



The CRUSADER occupies truly a commanding posi- 
tion amo.ng circulating heaters and will meet the demand 
for a modoirate sized heater of this type. 

The CRUS4DER is furnished in walnut enamel and 
comes regularly equipped with deep ash pit and conven- 
ient ash pan; round shaker grate with draw center, cast 
elbow with register draft, and humidifier center, and hu- 
midifier for moistening the warm air. 



SPECIFICATIONS 

Extreme height, inches 42 

Width, inches 20 

Depth, inches 20 

Diameter Fire Pot at Door, inches. 14 

Diameter Fire Pot at Grate, inches 11% 

Fire Dobr Opening, inches 9x11 

Use No. 89 Stove Board, Size, in 28x28 

Smoke Collar, inches 6 

Shipping weight, lbs 226 




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PRESIDENT WASHINGTON 
WOOD BURNING CIRCULATORS 

HOT-BLAST SUPER-FURNACE 

Cheery Pireglow Window. Scientifically built for double heat capacity. Two-Tone Burl Walnut Cabinet. Correctly 
Designed with Extra Large Radiation Surface. 






No. 879 


No. 857 


No. 835 


Dimensions — Cabinet 


Height, 43 ins.; Width, 31 ins. 


Height, 40 ins.; Width. 27 ins. 


Height, 37 ins.; Width, 25 ins. 




Depth. 21 ins. 


Depth, 19 inches 


Depth, 18 ins. 


Dimensions — Combustion 


Height, 29 ins: Width, 25 ins. 


Height, 26 ins.; Width, 21 ins. 


Height, 23 ins.; Width, 18 ins. 


Chamber 


Depth, 14 ins. 


Depth, 13 inches 


Depth, 12 ins. 


Size of Doors 


Feed, 14x12 ins.; Ash, 12x6 ins. 


Feed, 12x10 ins.; Ash, 10x6 ins. 


Feed, 10x9 ins.; Ash, 9x5 ins. 


Pipe Collar 


7 inches 


7 inchss 


6 inches 


Height, Floor to Center of Pipe 


31 inches 


28 inches 


25 inches 


Collar 


35x24 inches 


31x23 inches 


28x22 inches 


Floor Space Required 


24 inches 


20 inches 


18 inches 


Length Wood will burn 


475 pounds 


400 Pounds 


325 Pounds 


Shipping Weight 


7 to 9 Rooms: 7,000 to 9,000 


5 to 7 Rooms: 5,000 to 7,000 


3 to 5 Rooms: 3,000 to 5,000 


Residence Heating 


cubic feet 


cubic feet. 


cubic feet 


Store Heating, Exposed 


10,500 to 13.500 cubic feet 


7,500 to 10,500 cubic feet 


4,500 to 7,500 cubic feet 


Store Heating, Unexposed 


16,8000 to 21,600 cubic feet 


12,000 to 16,800 cubic feet 
$73.00 


7,200 to 12.000 cubic feet 


Price, each 


$83.00 


$67.00 



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PRESIDENT WASHINGTON 
WOOD BURNING CIRCULATORS 



Double-Ribbed Cast-iron Heating Unit 

The President Washington Hot -Blast Wood-Burning Super- 
Funiace is vastly superior in heating surface and capacity. The 
extra hea\T, double-ribbed, all cast-iron, inner heating unit 
'.nth fins inside and outside, insures two or three times the 
radiation area of the ordinary heater of the same size. The 
increased radiation area gives increased heating capacity. Un- 
less a stove has sufficient radiation surface, it cannot give off 
the efficient and economical amount of heat from the wood 
burned. 

Constructed with Down -Draft Hot-Blast 

On the front of the heating unit immediately underneath 
the fire glow window is a down-draft hot-blast as illustrated 
in the cut below. 




It is well known that the down-draft hot-blast is the most 
dentific, economical, and efficient method of burning wood, 
jecause it burns all the gases generated by the combustion, 
K-hich would otherwise be wasted by passing up the chimney. 

The velocity of the hot blast of air which is heated to' over 
:ix hundred degrees forms an instantaneous chemical union for 
)erfect combustion of all of the wood which is wasted in other 
itoves in which the hot -blast down -draft is not used. 
Capacity and Rating: 

In recent years, very little thought has been given to any- 
hing but price in the selection of a furnace for heating the 
lome. For this reason the capacity of the furnace and its 
ibility to heat the home in a satisfactory manner has been 
ladly neglected. The rating of these furnaces insures that the 
>roper size can be selected to give entirely satisfactory heating 
enice combined with efficient and economical operation. 

The most important consideration is that the furnace shall 
lave ample capacity to heat the home in which it is to be 
nstalled, during the coldest weather. If a size too small is 
elected, it will be necessary during cold weather to force or 
►verfire the furnace. Keen competition often causes the install- 
ition of a furnace a size or two sizes too small for the house 
be heated, which does not give satisfactory service to the 
;ustomer. This is to be avoided. 



Be sure to sell the correct size for the house to be heated, as 
specified by the rating. 

Heretofore, lack of attention to this matter has been due to 
the lack of reliable scientific information on furnace perfor- 
mance under working conditions. The information which is 
given regarding rating of these furnaces is accurate and can 
be relied upon. 

Double-Ribbed Combustion Chamber 

The combustion chamber is made of tough, gray cast-iron 
with heavy fins both inside and outside. The front, back, and 
left end of each sizs is constructed in two pieces to allow for 
expansion and contraction, and to eliminate trouble from break- 
age or cracking of these parts. The combustion chamber is 
extra large with plenty of space for proper mixture of air, gases, 
and sm.oke to promote complete combustion. The pipe collar is 
in the back. The top of the combustion chamber therefore 
extends up above the pipe collar, which holds the heat, and 
holds the soot and smoke immediately over the fire until prac- 
tically all of the smoke and soot is consumed and the heat is 
circulated throughout the building, instead of allowing a large 
portion of the heat to go up the chimney with the smoke as 
occurs in other furnaces where the pipe collar is on top in- 
stead of in the back. The pipe collar being in the back also 
eliminates the necessity of using an elbow when connecting 
these furnaces direct to a fireplace. 

Extra Large Doors 

One of the most important features of all three sizes is the 
extra large feed doors and ash doors used. The feed doors on 
all three sizes are made extra large in order to make firing 
easy, and in order to permit firing of large sticks of wood. 

Cast-iron Elbow 

A new, improved, cast-iron loose elbow equipped with an 
oversize check-draft register, and equipped with a cast-iron, 
turn damper, is supplied with all sizes. This elbow insures 
proper control of the fire at all times when operated in con- 
junction with the hot-blast down-draft and the direct-draft 
damper in the ash pit door. These furnaces will hold fire over 
night. 

Cast-iron Water Pan in the Back 

The water pan is located in the back panel at the correct 
height to insure proper addition of a healthful amount of mois- 
ture to the circulating warm air. 

Beautiful Cabinet 

The cabinet of these furnaces is designed to resemble modem 
furniture. It is finished in a beautiful, two- tone, burl walnut, 
vitreous porcelain enamel, easily and quickly cleaned with a 
dry cloth when cold. 

Convertible Coal Fire -Box 

All three sizes may be equipped with this coal fire-box at 
slight additional cost when desired. The fire-box consists of 
four heavy sections which are dropped in place without any 
bolting. These parts are removable through the feed-door. The 
grate bars are heavy, reversible, duplex type, satisfactory for 
any fuel. A large and roomy ash pan is furnished. 

Removable Grille Top 

The top of these models is constructed of one-piece cast-iron 
with two loose, removable, top grilles which may be lifted off 
for ease in cleaning and dusting, and also for heating water or 
cooking on the flat top of the inner heating unit. 

Louvers Increase Circulation 

Cold air intake is through the bottom in order to provide 
long travel across the heating unit, and therefore, more intense- 
ly heat the air. However, supplementary cold intake is pro- 
vided on all models through louvers in the front and on the left 
end and in the back. These louvers provide auxiliary cold air 
intake and also deflect radiated heat from the fire-box down- 
ward on to the floor near these furnaces. 



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WASHINGTON WOOD FURNACE 

GRAINED WALNUT FINISH 

For Wood 




The No. 25 Washington Furnace is the best wood-burning furnace now on the market and will easily take a 25 -inch sticl 
of wood. This furnace possesses all of the up-to-date features for heating with circulating heat and burns wood better than anj 
other furnace in the world. 

The cold air is sucked or drawn into the furnace from all corners of the floor through the bottom. This air is intenselj 
heated and forced out at the top through the cast-iron, open grill-work on top of the furnace. This process continues until thi 
entire hose is heated. The bottom of the furnace is open so that all of the air that is taken in for circulation comes in at tb 
bottom and has a longer travel across the heated portion of the heating unit. 

Patented Foot-Wanner 

This furnace is equipped with our patented foot -warmer, Patent No. 1,647,828. This is a special, patented feature no 
found on any furnaces except Washington furnaces. People, especially children, coming into the house with cold or damp fee 
can in this manner warm their feet quickly. 

The right end is fitted with a large outside double door, and the heating unit has a large, cast-iron, front feed door aiw 
large ash door with screw register draft. The interior heating unit has an all-cast-iron bottom and is cast-iron lined about twelve 
inches high with heavy castings. The interior heating unit also has cast-iron top. 

The Pipe CoUaF Is In The Back 

The pipe collar's being in the back eliminates the necessity of using an elbow when connecting this furnace directly ti 
a fireplace. 



No. 25W — Size pipe 7 inch, 
pounds. Each 



Height 35 1/^ inches. Length 32^2 inches; Width 2U4 inches; Length wood 25 ins. 



Wt., crated 301 
$49.01 



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CANNON STOVES 



WASHINGTON CANNON 

FOB COAL 




An extra heavy, well mounted, all cast iron, substantial Can- 
non Heater for coal. Shaking grate with draw center, nickeled 
draft register in ash door. Griddle hole on top. Mounted on 
heavy cast-iron leg base. 

DESCRIPTIVE DIMENSIONS 



Jfos- 25WC 35WC 

Pirepot, inches 15 17 

Size pipe, inches 6 7 

Height, inches 33 40 

Weight uncrated, pounds 125 190 

Each $22.50 $33.00 

With Drum 

No. 35WCD 

Fire Pot, inches 17 

Size Pipe, inches 7 

Height, inches 68 

Weight uncrated, pounds 200 

Each $37.30 



Suminit Cftnnoas. 




The Summit Cannon Heater is exceptionally well built, 
it is substantial, plain in design and extra heavy. For 
use in store, office, shop, warehouse, garage — in fact, 
wherever a big, strong, durable and economical heater 
is wanted. 



Nos. 18 20 24 

Firepot, inches 18 20 24 

Height, inches 49 51 57 

Size of collar, inches 7 7 8 

Weight, each, lbs 325 400 630 

Each $53.00 $62.00 $94.00 

We can also furnish Summit Cannons equipped with 
double heating drums. These are made of polished' ateel 
and have cast iron baffle plates. 



Summit Cannons with Drums. 

Nos. 20D 24D 

Pirepot, inches 20 24 

Height, inches 77 87 

Size of collars, inches 7 8 

Weight, each, lbs 440 700 

Each $73.00 $109.00 



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SCHOOL ROOM HEATERS 

Every year at this time there is considerable demand for school room heaters that wil 
comply with state educational requirements. The new Northern, illustrated here and on 
Following Pages meets all State Requirements and represents better value than any otheij 
on the market. 

The New Northern DeLuxe Heating and Ventilating System for School Roonns 

Churches and Public Buildings 




Meets al State Department Regulations for Schools. It laughs at zero weather. 
Expels stale air and replaces it with moist air fresh from outdoors. 

Get Your Dealers to Contact Their Local School Boards — // will mean some nict 

Business for Them and For Us! 



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SCHOOL ROOM HEATERS 

A Powerful Heater With Attractive Appearance 

The new Northern DeLuxe Heating and Ventilating System for School Rooms, Churches and Public Buildings. 
Provides comfortable, healthful conditions under which the school children of America may properly develop 

physically and mentally 



Detailed Description and Specifications 

HEATER BODY: Detailed description of our New DeLuxe Heat- 
er: All steel boiler plate riveted and calked construction. Per- 
manently gas tight. A real fuel saver. Teachers who have 
used this type of heater say their fuel cost has been cut in half. 

FEED DOOR: Extra large doors 11x15 inches, making it easy 
to operate and control fire bed. 

ASH PIT: Extra deep to permit entry of air to all sections of 
the grate and insuring the grate against burning. 

GRATES: The famous locomotive rocker type, same as that 
used in locomotives on all railroads today. 

FIRE POT: Fire clay lined. This is the kind of lining used 
in our highest priced furnaces. Brick are fitted securely. They 
will outlast the cast iron fire pot by many years and will re- 
place at only a fractional cost of a cast iron replacement. Brick 
cost approximately 30c each. 

HUMIDIFIER: Placed near the top of the casing. It equal- 
izes the humidity in the rising air column. Permits positive 
control. 



FRESH AIR INTAKE: Stationary and adjustable louvres. No 
openings on sides or bottom of intake channel to permit cold 
air from outside to spread out on the floor to chill the chil- 
dren's feet. A very common cause for cold floors in so many 
school rooms. Adjustable shut off In intake permits absolute 
control of flow of air into school room. Intake screen construc- 
tion of heavy galvanized wire. 

DeLuxe Heating and Ventilating Systems 

Size of Shipping Capacity 

Smoke Pipe Weight Cubic Ft. 

8-in. 665 lbs. 7,000 to 15,000 $255.00 

8-in. 800 lbs. 9,000 to 18.000 270.00 

8-iin. 950 lbs. 12,000 to 22,000 290.09 




^^^^gS- 



CASING: Finish will not burn, crack, rust or tarnish. Heavy 
beveled edge, full length door. Rigid square type finish in a soft 
brown satin ripple. The color harmonizes well with modern 
school furniture. Inner casing embodies the most approved 
method of lining casings, permit free air flow, a maximum 
amount of air wiping surface for rising air and provides best 
possible insulation. 

Sizes and Specifications New Northern 





Size of 


Height 


Diam. of 


Size of 




Cabinet 


Cabinet 


Furnace 


Feed Door 


No. 227 


34x34 


65 -in. 


22 


ll%xl5 


So. 247 


36x36 


65-in. 


24 


ll%xl5 


No. 277 


38x38 


65-in, 


27 


U%xlQ 



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Strength of Know nQudity With Riveted Steel 

The New Northern DeLuxe Heatingr System is the result of over thirty-five years of experience in manufacturing heatiof 

units by the largest steel furnace manufacturers in the country. 



The furnace body is hot riveted and calked, making it ab- 
solutely pressure tight. Welding and other methods of con- 
struction cannot always be depended upon to hold seams per- 
manently tight. That is why the Interstate Commerce Com- 



mission demands that all locomotive boilers be riveted and 
calked. Ford rivets all of his tri-motored planes for strength 
and safety. 




Riveted and Calked Construction 

These illustrations show how Northern DeLuxe Sys- 
tems are riveted and calked like a steam boiler. The use 
of very heavy open hearth mild steel put together in this 
way makes Northern DeLuxe Coal Furnaces permanent- 
ly gas, smoke and dirt tight. 




Air Mixing Box and Vent Register 




The smoke drum or air-mixer is built into the chimney eight 
feet about the floor line. A vent register is used at the base 
of the chimney where foul air is drawn from the room. This 
provides the most positive means of ventilating school rooms 
that is known today. 



Fresh Air Intalce 




The Northern DeLuxe Fresh Air Intake is adjustable and 
weather proof. The open end is covered with wire netting and 
is equipped with stationary louvres. Damper is close fitting and 
is equipped with quadrant control. Cold air intake is construct- 
ed of heavy galvanized wire for strength and rigidity. 

The Northern DeLuxe Heating System can be used success- 
fully with either single or double flue chimney. 

Northern DeLuxe School Room Heaters meet State code 
requirements. They provide moist fresh air circulation whict 
gives health and vigor to every student. 



All Heat Generated Is Used In Heating and Ventilating 



of the more than 200,000 of these furnaces in use today. Repairs 
on this number of furnaces have averaged forty cents per fur- 
nace over a period of thirty-five years. 

We own and operate our own factories in which we make 
every pare that goes into our furnace including castings and 
cases. All parts of the furnace are finished in our own fac- 
tories which gives us absolute control of the making and form- 
ing of every part that goes into Northern DeLuxe Heaters. 
With many years of practical experience building furnaces, we 
are able to avoid mistakes that cannot be eliminated by those 
with less experience. 



Heat generated by the Northern DeLuxe Heating System 
serves every purpose in making this school installation one ol 
the best on the market today. Within the casing warm air risei 
and a constant stream of fresh air enters the room from the 
outside. Cold air from the floor enters the casing to be heated 
by contact with the furnace as it passes to the top. The 
Northern DeLuxe Steel Furnace extracts practically all the 
heat from the smoke and gases before they pass to the chimney 
Just enough heat is left in the smoke pipe to produce the nec- 
essary suction in the vent duct. 

Never have one of the riveted seams opened on a single one 



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HEATING STOVES 



SUMMIT ROOM HEATERS 




Here is a real knock-out in a Heavy Duty Room Heater that 
will successfully handle a real heating job — any place where a 
big, heavy, plain, economical and durable heater is wanted — 
here is the one you have been waiting for. 

The well-known Summit Heavy Cannon Stove fitted with a 
double-walled Casing as illustrated. 

The Heater itself is of extra heavy, all cast iron construc- 
tion, joints tightly fitted — in every way a powerful, efficient and 
durable stove, and with the casing made as it is, with its double 
walled construction, a perfect insulation is secured. 

The illustration shows very clearly the arrangement and con- 
struction of the Room Heater. Outer Casing is of Polished Blued 
Steel, Inner lining of Bessemer Black Iron and with an inch of 
Air Snace between the inner and the outer Casing. 

The main front section of the casing surrounding the feed 
door and ash pit door is Cast Iron, deflector shaped, giving direct 
access to these doors, and having louvres opening into the extra 
hot space around the fire pot. 

No. 116— 16-inch firepot. Heating capacity 8 to 12000 cubic 
feet. Height to top of casing 60 inch. Casing diameter 31 
inches. Wt., each, 425 lbs. Each $85.50 

No. 120— 20-lnch firepot. Heating capacity 15 to 20,000 cubic 
feet. Height to top of casing 63 inches. Casing diameter 38 
inches. Weight, each, 560 pounds. Each $124.50 



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MARION OAKS 




The manufacturers of Marion Stoves are Justly proud of 

their appearance and construction and operation. There Is 

no question but that Marion Oaks far surpass other makes of 

high grade oak stoves. None but the highest grade materials 
are used in the construction of Marion Oaks. 

The castings used in Marion Oaks are extra heavy and the 
bodies are formed of Wood's Refined Body Steel— the best to 
be had. Comparison of the Marion Oak with any others as 
to style, finish and construction will quickly establish Its su- 
oerlor value and saleability. 



—SPECIFICATIONS— 

Nos. M516 M518 

Diameter of fire bowl, ins. 16 18 

Depth of fire bowl, inches 10 10 

Diameter of steel body, inches 16 18 

Feed door, inches 9x9 9x9 

Height of Stove O. A., in. 57 58 

Weight each, lbs 175 200 

Pipe collar, inches 6 6 

Floor space inches 26x26 26x26 

Each $31.30 $35.00 



Ail Items marked thus ± not carried in stock, but shipped direct from t&ctory. 



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HEATING STOVES 



PET OAK 

FOR COAL 




With Reversible Pipe Collar 

Our new Pet Oak heater is one of the best looking heaters on 
the market. The doors and the ash pit, to which the ash door 
is fitted, are ground and fitted air tight hke the highest priced 
heaters now on the market. 

One other big improvement is the reversible pipe collar on all 
sizes. 

Body made of polished blued steel. Plain smooth finish cast- 
ings. Nickel turn knobs on the fire door and ash door. Loose 
nickel parts, including nickel top ring and the three sections of 
the nickel plated foot rail. Nickel urn and nickel screw regis- 
ters. Cast iron bottom with ash pan. Dump grates used in the 
No. 411 and No. 413. Draw center grates used in the other 
sizes. 

Descriptive Dimensions 
Nos. 411-P 413-P 415-P 

Size pipe, inches 5 5 6 

Dia. top firepot, ins QVk ^IVz 13^ 

Ht., including urn 40 43 46 

Wt., uncrated, pounds 55 70 90 

Each $11-70 $15.00 $18.90 

Nos. 417-P 419-P 

Size pipe, inches 7 7 

Diameter top firepot, inches 15 1/^ 17 ^^ 

Height including urn, inches 51 55 

Weight uncrated, lbs 112 145 

Each $21.50 $25.80 



Have You Given 

Your Customers 

a Chance to 

buy the 

COLONEL WASHINGTON 

OIL BURNING 
CIRCULATING HEATER 



Convenient 
Economical 
Efficient 
Clean Heat 

Is What They Want 

Tell them about the 
COLONEL WASHINGTON! 

See piges 280 and 281 of this 
catalog; lor complete details 



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HOT BLAST STOVES 
COLE'S ORIGINAL 



HEAVY VELVET BLUE STANDARD LINE— FOR ALL FUEL 

Body— Heavy Velvet Blue of uniform color. Linings— Heavy Cast Iron and 
steel lining to top of stove. Grate— Heavy Cone Type. Nickel Parts — Ornamental 
Urn, Top Ring and Foot Rail. 

No. 16-E— Diameter of body 16 inches. Shipping weight 150 pounds. Each .$26.00 
Shovel and combination poker and shaker furnished with above. 





FIRE BRICK-LINED SERIES— FOR ALL FUEL 

Body — Heavy Velvet Blue of uniform color. Linings — Heavy silicon fire brick 
with steel lining to top of stove. Grate — Oversize Draw-Center. Nickel Parts — Or- 
namental Urn, Top Ring and Foot Rail. 

No. 185-B — Diameter of Body 18 inches. Shipping weight 185 lbs. Each . . .$28.80 
Shovel and grate shaker furnished with above line. 



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COLE'S QUALITY LINE 



FOR WOOD AND LIGHTER FUEL 



Size of body in. 
21x15x20 



Dia. of Feed Door Ship Wt., lbs. 
11 45 



List 
$10.20 

12.70 



No. 22IC 

No. 225C 25x18x24 13 60 

Materials — 

Body — Velvet blue of uniform color, cast top, legs and base skirting. 

Lining — Steel. 

This line can be furnished with foot rails as an extra. 



This is a line to meet the heavy demand for a medium priced high grade wood heater 
that will hold fire over night. The body is made of uniform color steel, double seamed body 
and bottom, heavy cast top swedged to body under heavy screw pressure without the use of 
cement or putty. Equipped with heavy cast base strips and legs. Steel lined — reaching above 
fire belt. 




COLE'S COMBINATION WOOD-COAL HEATERS 

No. 1621 and 1625 have heavy velvet blue body of uniform color, equipped with 
heavy cast iron firepot, heavy steel lining extending from firepot to top of body, and 
duplex grates. 



Cap. 



Nickel Parts— Ornamental Urn, Swing Top, Top Ring, Foot Rails and Screw 



These powerful combination heaters combine that wonderful airtight and quick 
heating qualities of Cole's Air Tight Heaters for wood with the Cole's Hot Blast Heat- 
ers for coal. Being airtight these stoves first turn the wood into charcoal, wasting 
none of the gases. The charcoal then burns, producing a steady, even heat with 
scarcely any ash waste. 

Oblong body and bottom are made of heavy uniform color steel. All Joints are 
double seamed to insure absolute airtight construction. 

Main top of heavy cast iron is forced on the body under heavy screw pressure, 
making an airtight joint without the use of cement or putty. 

The ash pan door is attached to the ash door frame by a compound hinge. The 
ash door and ash door frame are ground and fitted which insures a permanent gravity 
airtight joint. 

Cole's Combination Wood and Coal Heaters will positively hold fire with wood 
or coal over night. This line is equipped with heavy cast iron base strips and legs. 
Cole's Combination Wood and Coal eHaters are acknewledged as being one of the fin- 
est combination heaters on the market today. 

No. 1621— Size of body, 21x15x24 inches. Size of Top Feel Door 9^^x10 inches. Ship- 
ping weight 138 pounds. Each $31.10 



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HEATING STOVES 
WASHINGTON PARLOR 

FOR WOOD 



DUDLEY 

FOR WOOD ONLY 




No. 118WP and 122-WP Have Reversible Pipe Collar 

Heavy cast top, cast bottom and cast front. Double swing top 
and fiat cooking top with cover. Large front swing feed door. 
Nickel swing top, nickel side rails, nickel name plate and nickel 
screw register. Body made of polished blued steel. 

DESCRIPTIVE DIMENSIONS 

Nos. 122-WP 126-WP 128-WP 

Size pipe, inches 6 6 6 

Height, inches 29 29 30 

Length wood, inches 22 26 28 

Weight, crated, pounds 100 105 115 

Each $16.50 $19.80 $23.00 



All plates are curved to prevent cracking; end door full size, 
admitting large wood; side of the 36-inch made in two pieces, 
well fitted: smooth casting; all bolts are outside; all sizes with 

swing top. 



Descriptive Dimensions 

Nos. 222 226 

Pipe, inches 6 6 

Lgth wood, ins 21 25 

Height, ins 2214 241/2 

Wt., uncrated, lbs 80 90 

Each $11.80 $14.00 



232 


236 


6 


6 


31 


35 


29 


30% 


135 


160 


$21.00 


$23.70 



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AIR TIGHT HEATERS 



VIKING BOX STOVES 




Viking heaters are made to meet the demand for an airtight 
with cast front and large feed door. Full lined with heavy 
steel, bodies made of heavy uniform color blue steel. All sizes 
have 6 inch pipe collar, cast front feed door with check draft 
and cast sliding draft register. 
Nos. 22V 24V 28V 

Inside length, inches 21 V4, 23 ^A 27 

Inside width, inches 14% 16% ISV* 

Inside height, inches 19% 24 24 

Shipping weight, lbs 41 45 51 

Each $8.30 $8.80 $9.50 

FISH HOUSE STOVES 

Ml 




Made of uniform blue steel; equipped with pressed steel front 
draft; three stamped steel legs and fiat cover for feed opening. 
une in a carton. 

Height inside IIV^ inches; Length inside 11 Vz inches; Width 
Inside 13% inches. Diameter of feed hole 9 inches. Pipe col- 
lar 6 inches. 

No. 17— Each $1.70 

No. 17C — Same as above but equipped with cover and urn as on 
Wonder Airtight. Each $1.96 

SPECIAL AIRTIGHT 

Similar to our Wonder Airtight but lighter weight to meet 
competition. Equipped with steel lining; 6 inch steel front 
has cast iron draft plate; 4-6 inch steel legs; one piece flanged 
cover with ornamental urn. One in a carton. 
Special Airtiffht— Height inside 18 inches; Length inside 21 
inches; Width inside 14 H inches. Diameter of feed hole 13 
inches. Pipe collar 6 Inches. Ship. wt. 16 lbs. Each $3.30 



AIR TIGHT HEATERS ^ 

Wonder. 

All Wonder stoves are steel lined, except the 18-inch, 
check draft in pipe collar, steel legs, fancy urns, heavy 
stamped drafts with nickel-plated keys. 




Smooth Steel Body. 



Nos. 


18 


20 


22 


24 


28 


Lgth. body, in. . . . 


18 


20 


22 


24 


28 


Ht. body, in 


UV4, 


15 


20 


24 


24 


Width body, in . . . 


15 


15 


15 


17 


19 


Size collar, in . . . 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


Weight, each, 












crated, lbs. . . . 


16 


19 


25 


30 


85 


Crate contains . . 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


Each 


$2.90 


$3.70 


$4.30 


$5.20 


$6.30 



All sizes except 18-inch steel lined. 

Above prices do not include foot rails. 

Front drafts Wonder N, P. handle. Each $1.40 



RURAL VEHICLE HEATERS 



Rural vehicle — Heater, cast 
iron linings, grate front draft 
plate, top and bottom. Heavy 
sheet steel body, with 2 2 -inch 
capped pipe; burns soft or hard 
coal, wood, cobs, etc. Especial- 
ly adapted to rural delivery and 
milk wagons. 

Lined. 

No. 575 

Diameter, inches .... 9 

Height, inches ...... 17 

Weight, lbs 25 

Each $13.80 

Collar takes 3-lnch pipe. 




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HEATERS, SALAMANDERS, ETC. 



HEATING DRUMS 

Dandy. 

Dandy Heating Drums for 6-inch pipe. 

No. 10 

Diameter, inches . 10 

Height, inches 28 

Finish Plain 

No legs 

Weight, each, lbs. ...... 27 

Each . $10.00 





Imperial. 

Imperial — Tubular with 
height, 36 inches; diameter, 
inches; 6-inch pipe. 



14 



No. 11 — Smooth steel body. Weight, 
29 pounds. Each $7.00 

One in a crate. 



DRUM OVENS 

Gem Combination. 

The Gem drum oven is 
designed to supply an 
oven in connection with a 
heating drum and will be 
found very useful in 
many places when at- 
tached to ordinary pipe. 
Length, 20 inches; diam- 
eter, 13V2 inches; oven 
rack, 8V2XI7. Made from smooth steel with 6-inch collars. 
No. IC — Gem, drum complete with oven heads and rack 

Kach $7.00 

Two in a crate. 



DRUM STOVE CASTINGS 

These castings make it possible to convert an empty steel oil 
drum into a very satisfactory wood stove. 

Each set consists of: 

l~Peed door( opening lOs^xliys) with slide draft. 

1 — Feed door frame. 

1 — Smoke collar. 

2 — Semi-circular castings to support drum. Four pieces 

of iron pipe should be used with these castings to act 

as legs and keep drum off floor. 
Weight about 35 pounds per set. 

No. 55 — Complete set $5.50 

-Semi circular cast- 




These may also be furnished less the 2- 
ings which support the drum. 
No. 33 — Per set 



CAMP STOVES 




No. 28 — Two holes with covers; 8 inches high, 24^/^ inches 
long, 16 inches wide; 5-inch pipe. Weight, each, 6 lbs. 
Each $5.00 



SALAMANDERS 



.$3.60 



Size 18x24 Inches, 

For drying plaster and ce- 
ment work in new buildings. 
Made of 18-gauge sheet 
steel. Ash tray extends past 
the body 4 inches all around 
to guard against ashes or 
coal dropping on the floor. 
Stands on four legs, made 
3-16x1^ inch iron, size of 
body 18x24 inches. Heavy 
cast iron grate. 2 4 -gauge 
iron cover arranged for 6 
inch pipe. (Cover extra). 
Total height with legs 34 
inches. Weight. 48 pounds. 

Each $10.00 

Cover extra. Each ... $2.50 



Note^ — We can furnish Salamanders of lighter con- 
struction — Prices on request. 




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DOME DAMPERS 

Rotary Control 



DOME DAMPERS. ETC. 
ASH DUMPS 




The damper door is opened un^ closed 
by means of an iron rod (24" long which 
can be cut down to any necessary length j 
with a worn attachment; this rod ex- 
tends through the mantel facing and is 
fitted with a brass handle, which is the 
only visible part of the operating mech- 
anism. 

Dome and door made of high grade 
stove plate iron. Furnished with either 
one of the two controls. Be sure to 
specify which is desired. 

Peerless Features 

1. The panelled front flange Is made 
sufficiently strong to support the fire- 
place arch without the use of angle iron 
or lintel. 

2. Time and labor saved; eliminates 
necessity of building up brick throat. 

3. The Peerless Dome assures correct 
throat shape and size. 

4. Damper leaf is removable, permit- 
ting access to the flue for cleaning, 

5. Operating mechanism is such that 
It may be adjusted either before or after 
the damper is installed. 

Nos. B-24 B-30 
For Finished Pireplac? 

Opening Ins 24 30 

Length, overall ,in 28 34 

Depth overjiU. In 13% 13% 

Wt, Crtd., lbs. ea 37 43 

Each $7.75 $8.50 

Nos. B-36 B-42 
For Finished Fireplace 

Opening, Ins 36 42 

Length, overall, Ins. ., 40 46 

Depth, overall, Ins. ... 13% 13% 

Wt.. crtd. lbs., ea 48 54 

Each $9.50 $10.75 

With Poker Control 




Poker control attached to the damper 
leaf by one end is a forged steel, notched 
lever with a brass handle working thru 
a cast iron loop which Is fastened under- 
neath the right front flange. By in- 
serting a poker in the handle loop, the 
door can easily be adjusted. 
So. BPC24 BPC30 

Each $8.25 $9.00 

With Poker Control 
Vo. BPC36 BPC42 

Each $10.00 $11.25 




Double Acting Automatic 

These doors are weighted so that a 
certain amount of ashes causes them to 
dump automatically, than to close again. 
Doors cannot fall out of frame. Outside 
7x10 inches. Inside. 5x8 inches. 

Xo, 9— Wt., per dozen 54 pounds. Per 
dozen $12.89 



Single Acting 




This door is dumped by means of a 
poker. Cannot fall out of frame. Out- 
side 7x10 inches. Inside 5x8 inches. 

No. 8 — Weight, per dozen 36 pounds. Per 
dozen $11.50 



WOOD BASKETS 




Cast iron. With removable ends to 
permit the biirning of long logs. Velvet 
black finish. All legs fitted with casters. 
Front Depth Back Wt., Bach 



In. 
24 
27 
30 



In. 
15 
15 
15 



In, 
22% 
25 

27% 



Lbs. 
47 
53 
58 



$10.00 
10.75 
11.50 



FIREPLACE GRATES 




Cast Iron. Fancy pattern front. Vel* 
vet black finish. Dump bottom. Equip- 
ped with balls on rear legs. 





— 


•No. 1532— 






Front 


Depth 


Back 


Wt., 


Eacb 


In. 


In. 


In. 


Lbs. 




24 


121/2 


211/2 


61 


$ 8.50 


27 


12V2 


24 


70 


9.00 


30 


121/2 


26 


78 


9.75 


36 


121/2 


34 


97 


15.00 




Hammered effect cast iron front. Dump 
bottom. Back legs fitted with casters. 

No. 1575— Swedish Finish 



Nos. 


24S 


27S 


30S 


Front, ins. . 


. 241/2 


27 1^ 


3014 


Depth Ins. . 


. 111/4 


111/4 


11 y* 


Back, in. . . 


22 


25 


28 


Wt., lbs. ... 


67 


74 


77 


Each 


. $14.00 


$15.50 


$17.00 



No. 1575 — Burnt Antique Brass Finish 
Nos. 20BAB 24BAB 27BAB 30BAB 

Front, in. .. 20^4 24% 27% 30% 

Back, In. ... 18 22 25 28 

Depth, In. .. 11% 11% 11% 11% 

Wt., lbs 59 67 74 77 

Each $13.00 14.00 15.00 17.00 



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FIREPLACE GOODS 



ANDIRONS AND FIRE SETS 





No. 3636B — Hammered effect; velvet Black 
finish; open back. 14 1^ inches high. Weight 
per pair 17 lbs. Per pair $3.50 



No. 898B— Hammered effect, velvet black finish handles^teel 
tcx)l shafts and shovel blade; 25-inch high. Set consists of 
stand, poker, shovel and tongs as shown. Weight per set 16 
lbs. Per set $6.00 





No. 3597 
No. 3597 — Andiron — Oast Iron Hammered ef- 
fect. Open back. Height. 17%-inche8. Wt., 
per pair. 28 pounds. Fireset to match No. 909. 
No. SW3597~Swedish Finish. Per pair ..$8.25 
No. BAB3597— Burnt Antique Brass. 

Per pair $8,25 

No. 909 

lo. 909— Fire Set^Hammered eflfect overall. Height. 25*4 
iches. Set couslsts ol stand, poker, shovel, tongs and brush 
height, per let, 24 pounds. Matches andirons No. 3597. 

fo. SW909— Swedish Finish, Per pair $11.50 

fo. BAB909— Burnt Antique Brass. Per pair 11.50 



A very attractive 4 tool flreset» 32 Inches high. 

No. SW924 — Swedish finish. Per set ...$12.25 

No. BAB924— Burnt Antique Brass finish. Per 
set $12.25 



Andirons, Full pattern, col- 
Qlal design, hammered effect. 
:eight 18 M: inches. Weight 
er set 31 lbs. 
0. SW3640— Swedish finish. 

er pair $8.25 

0. B3640 — Antique brass fin- 
h. Per pair $8.25 





ANDIRONS & FIRE SETS 




Colonial pattern cast iron andirons In 
velvet black finish, with cast brass plated 

S?"^-,.o!'iS" ,??*/l'"^- ^^^^^^ 16^ Inches. 
No. 587B— Weight per pair 22 lbs. Per 
pair $6 50 

fi^^cH^^inL^u"®^"' matching No. 587B Andirons'. " Velvet black 
finish, with brass plated handles. Height 25 inches. 

No. 859BPH— Weight, each, 16 lbs. Per set .$8.00 




No. 3595R — Andiron. 
Cast iron, hammered 
eflfect. FuU pattern 27 
inches high. 24 Inch log 
roller. Swedish finish. 
Wt.. per pair, 52 lbs. 
Per pair $17.75 



Andirons — The Chip- 
pendale design. Height. 
20 ins. Wt.. per pair 
— lbs. 

No. SW3613— Swedish 
finish. Per pair.. $12.75 

No. BAB3613 — Burnt 
Antique bras s. Per 
pair $12.75 




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3 



FIRE SETS 




This set goes well with No. 3640 Andirons; Set 
consists of stand, poker, shovel, tongs and brush. 
Height 32 inches. Weight 23 pounds. 

No. SW956^wedish finish. Per set $12.25 

No. AB956 — Antique copper finish. Per set. $12.25 



This set matches No. 3641 Andirons especially 
well. Consists of stand, poker, shovel, tongs and 
brush. Height 32 inches. Weight 23 pounds. 

No. SW955— Swedish finish. Per set $12.25 

No. AB955 — Antique brass finish. Per set . . 12.25 

This fireset harmonizes well with No. 3639 
Andirons and is also suitable for use with many 
other designs. Set consists of stand, poker, 
shovel, tongs and brush. Height 32 inches; 
weight 23 pounds. 

No. SW924— Swedish finish. Per set ... .$12.25 
No. AB924 — Antique brass finish. Per set 12.25 





A very popular "Kroch- 
er" design andiron in 
hammered effect cast 
iron. Height 11 Vz inches. 
Weight 32 pounds. 

No. SW3639— Swedish fin- 
ish. Per pair $9.25 

No. AB3639 — Antique 
brass finish. Per pr. 9.25 



— Andirons — Elizabethan design, cast iron 
hammered effect. Height 19^ inches. Wt., — 
lbs. per pair. 
No. SW3612 — Swedish finish. Per pair... $9.80 

No. BAB3612 — Burnt Antique Brass Finish. 

Per pair $9.80 

Fireset — Cromwell design, hammered effect, 
inches. Weight, — lbs. per set. 

No. SW921— Swedish Finish. Per set $8.10 

No. BAB901 — Burnt Antique Brass Finish. Per set 8.10 




Height, 




Full pattern, Adam design 
hammered effect. Height m 
inches. Weight per pair 31 Bxi 
No. SW3641— Swedish finish! 

Per pair $8.^ 

No. AB3641 — Antique brass fin- 
ish. Per pair $8^ 



This set is similar in design to No. 956 but is 
smaller, lighter and has no tongs. Height, 30 

inches; weight 15 lbs. 

No. SW946— Swedish finish. Per set $7.50 

No. AB946 — Antique brass finish. Per set 7.50 




This set is similar in design to 955 but is smaller, 
lighter and has no tongs. Height 30 inches; Wt, 
15 lbs. 

No. SW945 — Swedish finish. Per set $7.5J 

No. AB945 — Antique brass finish. Per set . , . 7.5C 



FIREPLACE CRYSTALS 

"Northern Lights" 

"Northern Lights" Fireplace Crystals are a chemical com- 
pound prepared for use on fireplace fires. When sprinkled on 
such a flre they turn the flame into several beautiful shades of 
blue, green and purple which combine with the natural colors 
of the flre to give a regular rainbow effect. Similar products 
have been on the market for a number of years, but most ol 
them have sold for about $1.00 per package about the same size 
as the No. 2 Northern Light Crystals. 

No. 2 Size — Per package $0.35 

No. 3 Size— Per package .65 



WOOD HOLDEKS 




Haigampred design in plated finish, either Swedish or antique 
brass. Length 20 inches, width 12 inches. Weight 7 lbs. 

No. SW1569— Swedish finish. Each $5.25 

No. AB1569 — Antique brass finish. Each 5.25 



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FIREPLACE FURNITURE SETS 
FIREPLACE SCREENS 




A very unusual, attractively designed screen. Hammered 
frames and ornaments, plated finish. Center panel 33 inches 
Mgh 30 Inches wide, side panels 30 inches high, 13 inches wide. 
Arched top as illustrated. Weight 21 pounds. 
No. SW249a— Swedish finish. Each $31.25 

Can also be supplied In Antique Brass on Special order. 




A very unusual, attractively designed screen. Hammered 
frames and ornaments, piated finish. Center panel 33 inches 
high, 30 inches wide; side panels 30 inches high, 13 inches 
wide, arched top as illustrated. Weight 20 pounds. 

No. SW2453— Swedish finish. Each ,$14.25 

No. AB2453 — Antique brass. Each 14.25 




Hammered Frames. Black 12 mesh cloth. Center folds 26 
Inches wide by 33 inches high; side folds. 13 Inches wide by 
30 Inches high. Weight each, 24 lbs. 

No. 2453 — Screen — Swedish finish. Each $20.00 

No. 243— Screen — B.A.B. finish. Each 20.00 




Hammered metal trimmed frame finished in Swedish or Burnt 
Antique Brass. Black 12 mesh, medium weight wire cloth. 
Three folds: center fold, 26 inches wide by 30 inches high; side 
folds, 13 inches wide by 30 inches high. Weight each, 18 lbs. 

No. SW3487— Swedish finish. Each $8.00 

No. AB2487 — Antique brass finish. Each 8.00 




i'rftir"=^-i--^- - ^ *i:*3tMEj»^fe^n 




Hammered metal trimmed frame in Swedish, or Burnt An- 
tique Brass finish. Black, 12 mesh medium weight wire cloth. 
Pour folds. Each fold 12-inches wide by 30-inches high. Weight 
each, 16 lbs. 

No. SW2488— Swedish finish. Each $8.75 

No. AB2488 — Antique brass finish. Each 8.75 

.Black — Iron rod frame and 
mattress weave wire cloth 
Polished brass handles ano 
knob.s. Welded corners. Fou) 
folds, each fold, 12-lnchei 
wide by 30-inches high, Wt. 
each, 17 lbs. 
No. 2423BT— Blk, and B. T 

Each $9.4C 

No. 2426BT — Same as Nc 
242 3BT but with three fold; 
— center fold 26 inches wide 
side folds 12 inches wide 
Eacr $9.40 



Heavy iron rod frame, welded jolntB. 
6 mesh, 23 gauge wire cloth. Velvet 
Black baked-on finish, 
and scrolls. 





—No. 13— 



Wdth. 


Ht., 


Dpth. 


Wt. 


EMb 


In. 


In. 


In. 


Lbs. 




31 


31 


6 


12 


$7.50 


37 


31 


6 


13 


8.70 



Individually Wrapi>ed. 



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Richardson Boilers 



D D D a 



The Richardson & Boynton Company was a pioneer among 
the manufacturers of cast Iron boilers for heating systems. The 
accumulated knowledge of years of experience in the heating 
of buildings of all kinds stands behind every Richardson Boiler, 
and the name Richardson in itself is a guarantee of efficient 
service at low cost. 

Years of close contact with the heating trade have developed 
a noteworthy consciousness of trade protection and a reputa- 
tion for responsibility to the public. 

Typical of the company's attitude and responsibility to heat- 
ing contractors and the public is its practice of testing each 
section of every boiler at high water pressure, of carefully ream- 
ing and machining all sections and of fully assembling the boil- 
er before shipment. When assembled, the boiler is again tested 
at high water pressure to make sure that all connections and 
sections are "perfect" in every respect. This is an exceptional 
practice, and an expensive one. 

All Richardson Boilers are rated according to A. S. M. E. 
standards. These ratings are absolutely dependable and with 
every Richardson Boiler goes the Richardson & Boynton Com- 
pany guarantee of perfection in workmanship and materials and 
efficiency in operation, 

Richardson Radiation is designed and constructed under the 
same strict standards as Richardson Boilers, and, with the 
Richardson & Boynton Heating and Radiation Specialties des- 
cribed in this catalog, forms a complete Heating Line of uni- 
form high quality and effectiveness. 

All heating contractors and members of the professions al- 
lied with the heating industry are urged to Inspect our manu- 
facturing facilities and methods, so that they may familiarize 
themselves with the excellence of Richardson Boilers and Rich- 
ardson Radiation and so specify and sell them with complete 
confidence. 



GENERAL INFORMATION ON RICHARDSON 
BOILERS 

Nipples 

The sections of all Richardson Boilers are connected to each 
other by machine-cut tapered CAST IRON push nipples. They 
are of the same metal as the sections, and prevent unevenness 
in contraction and expansion. These nipples are fitted into 
tapered openings in the section, thus making an absolutely tight 
joint without the use of lead or packing. 

Special Grates 

Grates for fine size fuels, when so ordered, are furnished with 
any size of Richardson Boiler without extra cost. 

Covering 

We recommend that all Boilers, Mains and Risers should be 
covered with best quality insulating materials for efficiency and 
economy. 

Extra Equipment 

Each boiler comes equipped with shaker, poker and flre brush. 

Coils 

Richardson Boilers are cored for coils to be placed in the 
fire box for heating water. Steam Boilers also have tapplngi 
for indirect water heaters. 

Outlets 

Outlets on boilers should not be bushed; all should be con- 
nected full size to the mains. 

Ratings and Loads 

Ratings of boilers as given in this catalog are capacities at 
the boiler outlet In equivalent direct radiation. 

Recommended loads as given in this catalog represent net 
equivalent direct radiation, which may be safely and economic- 
ally used. Provision should be made for other than standard 
conditions, and for piping demands. 

Richardson & Boynton Guarantee 

Every Richardson Boiler is sold under a guarantee as to 
its perfection in manufacture and its ability to carrj' the 
rating shown in our printed matter, provided that a sufficient 
amount of radiation is installed; that the piping system is 
of adequate size and properly run; that the boiler is connected 
to a flue of sufficient size and draft for the size of the fire box; 
that the boiler is operated with steam at a standard pressure 
of 2 pounds, or hot water at a temperature of 180 degrees Fah- 
renheit; that fuel of the proper type and quality is used; and 
that care and attention are rendered as necessary. 



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CASED SECTIONAL BOILERS 
RICHARDSON BLUE COMET 

700 SERIES 
For Coal, Oil and Gas 

When heating requirements demand a sectional boiler of small or medium size, 
at a price range within the reach of everyone, there is but one boiler to specify— 
the New Richardson & Boynton BLUE COMET. This new addition to the R. & 
line has been designed by skilled engineers in accordance with approved scien 
heating principles. Its economy in operation and quick response to firing insure com- 
fort at all times. 



tUI<^T 








STEAM 






WATER 




Grate 
Area 

Sq. 
Ft. 


Outlets 
No. 
and 
Size 
Ins. 


Inlets 
No. 
and 
Size 
Ins. 


Chim- 
ney 
Size 

Ins. 


Chim- 
ney 
Ht. 
Ft. 


STEAM AND WATER 


Steam 
Price 

Each 




Boiler 
Nos. 


Rating 
Sq. Ft. 


Recom- 
mended 
Net 
Load 
E.D.R. 
Sq. Ft. 


Approx. 
Ship- 

\Veight 


Rating 
Sq. Ft. 


Recom- 
mended 
Net 
Load 
E.D.R. 
Sq. Ft. 


Approx. 

Ship- 
Weight 


Dimensions, Inches 
For Locating Flow Tap- 
pings see diagram 
on Opposite Page 


Waicr 


A 


B 


C 


D 


Each 


714A 
715A 
716A 
717A 
718A 
719A 


400 
575 
750 
925 
1100 
1275 


200 
285 
370 
455 
540 
625 


811 
951 
1093 
1225 
1368 
ISOl 


675 
950 
1250 
1550 
1850 
2150 


325 
470 
615 
716 
905 
1050 


808 
943 
1085 
1217 
1360 
1493 


1.41 
1.91 

2.41 
2.91 
3.41 
3.91 


2-2 H 
2-2 H 
2-2 H 
2-2 H 
3-2 J^ 
3-2 Vz 


2-2 M 
2-2 H 
2-2 3^ 
2-2 K 
2-2 H 
2-2 H 


8x8 

8xS 

8x8 

8x12 

8x12 

8x12 


30 
30 

30 
35 

35 
35 


5'H« 

10K« 
lO'^fl 


4^ 

8H 
83^ 

8H 

8H 




32 M 
36^ 
41 

45 K 
49 H 
53 H 


*$153.00 

* 180.30 

* 207.20 

* 234.20 

* 261.50 

* 287.00 


*$139.50 
162.30 
187.20 
212.20 

237.50 
261.00 



Items marked thus i not carried In stock but shipped direct from factory. 



i 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



69 



CASED SECTIONAL BOILERS 



RICHARDSON BLUE COMET 



— 800 SERIES — 




Richardson 800 Series Cased Boilers are built on the same sound principles as the 24 inch Sectional Boilers described 
on pages 730B and 730C. In addition they have the advantage in appearance and in operating efficiency of a well Insulated 
casing, finished in blue, which Is durable, easy to clean and will not crack or peel. 

The doors, ashpit front, smoke box and other exposed parts are coated with black enamel. These boilers are completely 
equipped with the finest accessories. The large cleanout doors provide ample room for cleaning and, together with the well de- 
signed flue passages, make It possible for the boiler always to be operated with the greatest economy and efficiency. 

The casing of the Richardson 800 Series Cased Boilers is lined with thick air cell asbestos and this insulation, plus the 
air space between the boiler itself and the casing, effects an important conservation of heat and increases the efficiency of the 
boiler to a remarkable degree. 



Square 






Cased 


Price 


Price 


Boiler 


Steam 


Water 


No. 


Each 


Each 


No. 815 


i$330.60 


4$330.60 


No. 816 


4 370.80 


* 370.80 


No. 817 


413.00 


* 413.00 


No. 818 


452.40 


* 452.40 


No. 819 


492.00 


$ 492.00 



Appr. Appr. Rating 

Ship.Wt. ShipWt. Sq, Ft. 

Steam Water Steam Water 

2122 2120 1050 1675 

2440 2438 1300 2075 

2766 2764 1550 2475 

3089 3087 1800 2875 

3406 3404 2050 32r75 













For 












Spec. 


Recom'd 






Lgth. of 


See 


Net Load 


Width 


Height 


Casing 


Sec. 


E.D.R. 


of 


of 


Front 


tional 


Sq. 


Ft. 


Casing 


Casing 


and 


Boiler 


Steam 


Water 






Back 


No. 


525 


835 


34% 


50% 


32% 


No. 245 


650 


1035 


34% 


503^ 


39 


No. 246 


775 


1235 


34% 


50% 


45^ 


No. 247 


900 


1435 


34% 


50% 


511/2 


No. 248 


1025 


1635 


34% 


50% 


57% 


No. 249 



70 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



SECTIONAL STEAM & WATER BOILERS 

RICHARDSON 

SECTIONAL VIEW OF RICHARDSON SECTIONAL BOILERS 





These illustrations show in detail the features of the Richardson Sectional Boilers; the sample fire and combustion cham- 
ber with the low overhanging active fire surface; the carefully designed waterways conducive to the rapid circulation of the 
water; the large flue spaces suitable for burning any quahty of fuel; and the tappings for indirect water heaters. Connections 
between sections are made with extra heavy cast-iron slip nipples, making the boiler absolutely tight. 



STEAM WATER 

Grate Outlets 
Boiler Recom'd Recom'd Area Num- 
Num- Rating Net Load Rating Net Load Sq. ber & 
ber Sq. Ft. E.D.R. Sq. ft. E.D.R. Ft. Size 
Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. 


STEAM AND WA'i'EK 
Inlets 

(Rear Total Chim- Chim- 
Sec.) Lgth.. ney ney 
Number Ins. Size Ht., 
& Size Ins. Ft. 


Approx. 
Ship. wt. 
Steam 
Lbs. 


Steam 

Price 
Each 


Approx. 
Ship. wt. 
Water 
T,hs. 


Water 

Price 
Each 


244 


800 


400 


1275 


635 


2.77 


1-3" 


2-3" 


32% 


8x12 


35 


1635 


$221.80 


1610 


$205.60 


245 


1050 


525 


1675 


835 


3.68 


2-3" 


2-3" 


38% 


8x12 


35 


1938 


259.60 


1913 


237.40 


246 


1300 


650 


2075 


1035 


4.59 


2-3" 


2-3" 


44 Ti 


8x12 


40 


2237 


289.42 


2212 


271.20 


247 


1550 


775 


2475 


1235 


5.50 


3-3" 


2-3" 


511/8 


8x12 


40 


2554 


321.30 


2529 


441.70 


248 


1800 


900 


2875 


1435 


6.41 


3-3" 


2-3" 


57% 


8x12 


60 


2862 


355.20 


2837 


339.00 


249 


2050 1025 3275 
Castings only: Height 49% 


1635 
Inches. 


7.32 
Width 


3-3" 2-3" 63% 8x12 50 3161 389.00 3136 
34V^ inches. Water line 43% inches. Size of smake pipe 9 inches. 


370.80 


325 


2250 


1125 


3600 


1800 


6.66 


2-4" 


2-4" 


491/2 


12x12 


35 


3082 


476.50 


3047 


454.30 


326 


2800 


1400 


4475 


2235 


8.33 


2-4" 


2-4" 


5678 


12x12 


40 


3598 


533.60 


3563 


513.40 


327 


3350 


1675 


5350 


2675 


10.00 


3-4" 


2-4" 


641/4 


12x12 


40 


4067 


592.40 


4032 


570,20 


328 


3900 


1950 


6225 


2100 


11.67 


3-4" 


2-4" 


71% 


12x12 


50 


4559 


649.30 


4524 


627.10 


329 


4450 


2225 


7100 


3550 


13.34 


4-4" 


2-4" 


79 


12x12 


60 


5020 


706.10 


4985 


685.90 


3210 


5000 2500 7975 3985 15.01 4-4" 2-4" 86% 12x12 
Castings only: Height, 55 inches. Width 46^^ inches. Water line 48 inches. 


60 5506 763.00 5471 
Size of Smoke Pipe 12 inches. 


742.80 


395 


3400 


1700 


5450 


2725 


9.20 


2-5" 


2-5" 


56% 


12x16 


40 


4338 


726.00 


4308 


703.80 


396 


4200 


2100 


6725 


3360 


11.50 


2-5" 


2-5" 


64% 


12x16 


50 


5057 


798.30 


5027 


778.20 


397 


5000 


2500 


8000 


4000 


13.80 


3-5" 


2-5" 


73 


12x16 


50 


5760 


872.50 


5730 


870.40 


398 


5800 


2900 


9275 


4635 


16.10 


3-5" 


2-5" 


81% 


12x16 


60 


6485 


946.90 


6455 


924.70 


399 


6600 
Castings 


3300 10550 5275 18.40 4-5" 2-5" 89% 
only: Height 63 inches. Width 53 ^^ inches. Water line 56 


12x16 
inches. 


60 7192 1019.10 7162 
Size of Smoke Pipe— 14 inches. 


999.00 


457 


6600 


3300 


10550 


5275 


15.90 


3-5" 


2-5" 


75 


16x16 


50 


6768 


1016.60 


6738 


992.40 


458 


7600 


3800 


12150 


6075 


18.55 


3-5" 


2-5" 


83% 


16x16 


50 


7601 


1117.60 


7571 


1091.40 


459 


8600 


4300 


13750 


6875 


21.20 


4-5" 


2-5" 


91% 


16x16 


60 


8426 


1216.50 


8396 


1190.40 


4510 


9600 


4800 


15350 


7675 


23.85 


4-5" 


2-5" 


lOOVs 


16x16 


60 


9244 


1315.40 


9214 


1289.30 


4511 


10600 


5300 

__» FT — I 


16950 


8475 


26.50 


5-5" 


2-5" 


108 1/2 


16x16 


60 


10045 


1414.20 


10015 


1390.00 



Castings only: Height 68 Inches. Width 59i^ inches. Water line 59 inches. Size of smoke pipe, 16 inches. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



71 



SECTIONAL BOILER MEASURE MENTS 



RICHARDSON 



THIS DIAGRAM IS FOR BOTH STEAM AND WATER BOILERS. 24-32-39-45 SERIES. 










For Steam and Water 




*Steam and Water Tappings 
















(See note below). 


No. 


A 1 B 1 C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


I 


J 


K 


h 


M N 1 O 


1 


2 


3 4 


5 1 


244 


32% 


34A 


49% 


43% 


9 


38% 


24il 


30% 


11% 


31% 


15% 


27% 


14% 


6% 


15if 


15% 










245 


38% 


34A 


49% 


43% 


9 


38% 


31A 


30% 


Xl% 


31% 


15% 


27% 


14% 


6% 


15H 


8% 


21% 








246 


44% 


34A 


49% 


43% 


9 


38% 


37A 


30% 


11% 


31% 


15% 


27% 


14% 


6% 


15il 


8% 


27% 








247 


51% 


34 A 


49% 


43% 


9 


38% 


Am 


30% 


11% 


31% 


15% 


27% 


14% 


6% 


im 


8% 


21% 


33% 








248 


57% 


34A 


49% 


43% 


9 


38% 


4941 


30% 


11% 


31% 


15% 


27% 


14% 


6% 


15H 


8% 


21% 


40% 








249 


63% 


34 A 


49% 


43% 


9 


38% 


56 tV 


30% 


11% 


31% 


15% 


27% 


14% 


6% 


15*» 


8% 


21% 


46% 








325 


49% 


46% 


55 


48 


12 


38% 


36% 


42% 


11% 


39 


15% 


34 


12% 


9% 


19% 


10% 


25% 










326 


56% 


46% 


55 


48 


12 


38% 


43% 


42% 


11% 


39 


15% 


34 


12% 


9% 


19% 


10% 


32% 










327 


64 y4 


46% 


55 


48 


12 


38% 


51% 


42% 


11% 


39 


15% 


34 


12% 


9% 


19% 


10% 


25% 


39% 








328 


71% 


46% 


55 


48 


12 


38% 


58% 


42% 


11% 


39 


15% 


34 


12% 


9% 


19% 


10% 


25% 


47% 








329 


79 


46% 


55 


48 


12 


38% 


66 


42% 


11% 


39 


15% 


34 


12% 


9% 


19% 


10% 


25% 


39% 


54% 






^210 


86% 


46% 


55 


48 


12 


38% 


73% 


42% 


11% 


39 


15% 


34 


12% 


9% 


19% 


10% 


25% 


47% 


62 






395 


56% 


53% 


63 


56 


14 


48% 


41^ 


49% 


13 


47 


17% 


40 


15 


11% 


23% 


11% 


28% 










396 


64% 


53% 


63 


56 


14 


48% 


49% 


49% 


13 


47 


17% 


40 


15 


11% 


23% 


11% 


36% 










397 


73 


53% 


63 


56 


14 


48% 


58 


49% 


13 


47 


17% 


40 


15 


11% 


23% 


11% 


28% 


44% 








398 


81% 


53% 


63 


56 


14 


48% 


66% 


49% 


13 


47 


17% 


40 


15 


11% 


23% 


11% 


28% 


53% 








399 


89% 


53% 


63 


56 


14 


48% 


74% 


49% 


13 


47 


17% 


40 


15 


11% 


23% 


11% 


28% 


44% 


61% 






457 


75 


59% 


68 


59 


16 


49% 


58 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 


44% 








458 


83% 


59% 


68 


59 


16 


49% 


66% 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 


53% 








459 


91% 


59% 


68 


59 


16 


49% 


74% 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 


44% 


61% 






*510 


100 Vfi 


59% 


68 


59 


16 


49% 


83% 


55% 


13 


S3 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 44% 


70 






isn 


108% 


59% 


68 


59 


16 


49%I 91% 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 44% 


61% 


78% 





• Tappings numbered from front. Measurements from face of front section to center of tappings in Inches. 



72 



JANNEY; SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 






HOT BLAST SMOKELESS BOILERS 
RICHARDSON 



SECTIONAL STEAM AND WATER THE 
BRIDGEWALL SECTION 




This section forms the rear end of front combustion cham- 
ber. It contains a water curtain faced with fire brick. Fire 
brick facing retains heat readily and at an extremely high 
temperature. Air Injected into the combustion chamber 
through the air blast section in front of the bridgewall is heat- 
ed by direct contact with this brick facing. This curtain ef- 
fect forces the rising products of combustion to follow a cir- 
cular motion before being drawn down underneath its lower 
edge. Two gas vents at the top center relieve any gas pockets. 



THE AIR BLAST SECTION 




This section is designed with two hot air Intakes, one on 
each side just under the crown sheet. Cast Iron air ducts are 
attached to the outside covering these air intakes. These form 
air channels leading directly into the front combustion cham- 
ber. Upon entering the front combustion chamber, the heat- 
ed air crosses the hot brick on the bridgewall section. The 
high temperature of this air so greatly aids the general com- 
bustion that it eliminates all smoke, even with the poorest 
grades of coal. 



RICHARDSON HOT BLAST SMOKELESS SECTIONAL BOILERS— 32-39-45 SERIES 



Size of Smoke Pipe, 9 inches. Water Line, 43 K inches. 




















\ 


Items marked thus * not carried in stock but shipped direct from factory. 






















STEAM 






WATER 










STEAM AND 


WATER 














Recom- 
mended 






Recom- 
mended 






Inlets 
(Rear 


























Grate 


Out- 




Chim- 


Chim- 




Approx. 




Approx. 




Boiler 




Net Load 


Water 




Net Load 


Area 


lets 


Sec.) 


Smoke 


ney- 


ney 


Ash Pit 


Ship. 


Steam 


Ship. 


Water 


Num- 


Rating 


E.D.R. 


Line 


Rating 


E.D.R. 


Sq. 


No. & 


No. & 


Pipe 


Size 


Ht.. 


(Inside) 


Wt, Lbs. 


Price 


Wt. Lbs. 


Price 


ber 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Ins. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Feet 


Size 


Size 


Ins. 


Ins. 


Feet 


Ins. 


Steam 


Each 


Water 


Each 


732 


3350 


1675 


48 


5350 


2675 


10.00 


3-4' 


2-4' 


14 


12x16 


45 


38Hx47H 


4092 


$ 612.50 


4062 


$ 592.40 


832 


3900 


1950 


48 


6225 


3110 


11.67 


3-4' 


2-4' 


14 


12x16 


50 


38^x54?^ 


4584 


669.45 


4554 


649.30 


932 


4450 


2225 


48 


7100 


3550 


13.34 


4-4' 


2-4' 


14 


12x16 


55 


38 3^x62 H 


5045 


728.20 


5015 


706.00 


1032 


5000 


2500 


48 


7975 


3985 


15.01 


4-4' 


2-4' 


14 


12x16 


55 


38^x69 5^ 


5505 


669.45 


4475 


756.80 


739 


5000 


2500 


56 


8000 


4000 


13.80 


3-5' 


2-5' 


16 


16x16 


55 


44Kx53M 


5802 


904 . 80 


5772 


882.60 


839 


5800 


2900 


56 


9275 


4635 


16.10 


3-5' 


2-5' 


16 


16x16 


60 


44 1^x62 }4 


6519 


977.10 


6489 


956.90 


939 


6600 


3300 


56 


10550 


5275 


18.40 


4-5' 


2-5' 


16 


16x16 


60 


44^x70H 


7226 


1051.30 


7196 


1031.20 


1039 


7400 


3700 


56 


11825 


5910 


20.70 


4-5' 


2-5' 


16 


16x16 


60 


UVsxrSVs 


7906 


1125.40 


7876 


1103.20 


745 


6600 


3300 


59 


10550 


5275 


15.90 


3-5' 


2-5' 


20 


16x20 


55 


50Hx53 34 


6709 


1060.20 


6669 


1034. DC 


845 


7600 


3800 


59 


12150 


6075 


18.55 


3-5' 


2-5' 


20 


16x20 


60 


50^x62 H 


7542 


1159.20 


7502 


1133.00 


945 


8600 


4300 


59 


13750 


6875 


21.20 


4-5* 


2-5' 


20 


16x20 


65 


S0Ux70H 


8367 


1278.20 


8327 


1232.00 


1045 


9600 


4800 


59 


15350 


7675 


23.85 


4-5' 


2-5' 


20 


16x20 


65 


50 3^x78 K 


9136 


1356.80 


9096 


1330,60 


1145 


10600 


5300 


59 


16950 


8475 


26.50 


5-5' 


2-5' 


20 


20x20 


65 


50H^87}4 


9892 


1455.30 


9852 


1431.10 


1245 


11600 


5800 


59 


18550 


9275 


23.85. 


5-5' 


2-5' 


20 


20x20 


65 


50^x78K 


10700 


1556.20 


10660 


1530.00 


1345 


12600 


6300 


59 


20150 


10075 


26.50 


6-5' 


2-5' 


20 


20x20 


70 


50^x87M 


11447 


1654.70 


11407 


1628.40 


1445 


13600 


6800 


59 


21750 


10875 


26.50 


6-5' 


2-5' 


20 


20x20 


70 


50^x87M 


12129 


1752.80 


12029 


1726,50 


1545 


14600 


7300 


59 


23350 


11675 


26.50 


7-5' 


2-5' 


20 


20x20 


75 


S03<x87M 


12832 


1771.00 


12792 


1826.70 


1645 


15600 


7800 


59 


24950 


12475 


26.50 


7-5' 


2-5' 


20 


20x20 


75 


50^x87M 


13535 


1951.20 


13495 


1915.00 


1745 


16600 


8300 


59 


26550 


13275 


26.50 


8-5' 


2-5' 


20 


20x20 


75 


50^x87)i 


14230 


2049.40 


14190 


2023.10 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



73 



SMOKELESS BOILER MEASUREMENTS 

RICHARDSON 

All measurements are given In Inches and apply to 32-39-45 Series Smokeless Boilers. 
























STEAM AND WATER TAPPINGS 








For Steam and Water 










Numbered from front. Measurements From Face 






















of Front Section to Center of Tapping 


No. 


1 A 1 B 


1 c 


D 


E 


F 1 G 


H 


I 


J 


K 


L 1 


MINI 


1 


1 1 


2|3|4|516|7|8|9 


732 


64^4 


46 1^ 


55 


48 


14 


38% 


51% 


42% 


11% 


39 


15% 


34 


12% 


9% 


19% 


10% 


251/8 


39% 














m 


71% 


46M, 


55 


48 


14 


38% 


58% 


42% 


11% 


39 


15% 


34 


12% 


9% 


19% 


10% 


32% 


47 y4 














932 


79 


46% 


55 


48 


14 


38% 


66 


42% 


11% 


39 


15% 


34 


12% 


9% 


19% 


10% 


25% 


39% 


54% 












lfl32 


86% 


46% 


55 


48 


14 


38% 


73% 


42% 


11% 


39 


15% 


34 


12% 


9% 


19% 


10% 


25% 


47 y4 


62 












739 


73 


53 Vs 


63 


56 


16 


48% 


58 


49% 


13 


47 


17% 


40 


15 


11% 


23% 


11% 


28% 


44% 














839 


81% 


53% 


63 


56 


16 


48% 


66% 


49% 


13 


47 


17% 


40 


15 


11% 


23% 


11% 


36% 


531/4 














939 


89% 


53% 


63 


56 


16 


48% 


74% 


49% 


13 


47 


17% 


40 


15 


11% 


23% 


11% 


28% 44% 


61% 












1039 


97% 


53% 


63 


56 


16 


48% 


83% 


49% 


13 


47 


17% 


40 


15 


11% 


23% 


11% 


28% 531/4 


70 












745 


75 


59% 


68 


59 


20 


49% 


58 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 


44% 














845 


83% 


59% 


68 


59 


20 


49% 


66% 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


36% 


531/4 














945 


91% 


59% 


68 


59 


20 


49% 


74% 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 


44% 


61% 












1045 


100% 


59% 


68 


59 


20 


49% 


83% 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 


53 y4 


70 












1145 


lOSVs 


59% 


68 


59 


20 


49% 


91% 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 


44% 


61% 


78% 










1245 


11678 


59% 


68 


59 


20 


49% 


99% 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 


44% 


61% 


86% 










1345 


125 V4 


59% 


68 


59 


20 


49% 


IO814 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 


44% 


61% 


78% 


95% 






1445 


133% 


59% 


68 


59 


20 


49% 


116% 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


28% 


44% 


61% 


86% 


103% 1 


I 


1545 


142 


59% 


68 


50 


20 


49%|125 


55% 


13 


53 


17% 


46 


16% 


12% 


26% 


11% 


!82%|44% 


|61%|78% 


95%|111%1 1 



ROUND BOILER MEASUREMENTS 
FOR STOKERS AND OIL BURNERS 



SECTIONAL BOILER MEASURE- 
MENTS FOR STOKERS AND 
OIL BURNERS 




17-inch 
20-ineh 
23-inch 
26-inch 
29-inch 



10 

14% 
14% 
15 



15 
18 

21 
23% 

27% 



23% 

26% 

30 

32% 

38 



12 

12% 

13% 

14 

13% 



22% 

23 y* 

24% 
24% 
25% 



Size 



17-inch 
20-inch 
23-inch 
26-lnch 
29-inch 



25 

27% 

31 

34% 

39% 



13% 
16% 
19% 
22% 
25% 



10%X8% 
ll%x9% 
12%x9 
14% x9 

i4%xg 



12 x7% 

13%x8 

15'%x8 

21%x9% 

21%x8% 



Size 


•G 


•H 


I 


J 


24-lnch 


38 


40 


13%x 7% 


14 X 8% 


32-lnch 


43% 


46% 


15%x 8% 


19 X 8% 


39-lnch 


43% 


46% 


18 xl2 


22 xlO% 


45-lnch 


49% 


51% 


20 xl4 


25%xl0% 



•Measurement for 7 Section Boilers 
Add or deduct 6% inch per section for 24 inch boilers. 7% 
inch for 32 inch and 39 inch boilers, and 8% inch for 45 inch 
boilers. 



74 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



ROUND BOILERS 



RICHARDSON 





17-20-23-26-29 Series 

STEAM BOILER FOR COAL, OIL AND GAS 

The Richardson Round Steam Boilers are practical, 
easily operated boilers for residences and small build- 
ings. The firepot, twenty inches deep, will hold suf- 
ficient fire all night to insure a wann house in the 
morning, and will allow long firing periods during the 
day. These boilers are fitted with Perfect Revolving 
Triangular Grate Bars, which have exceptional clink- 
er-clearing properties The ash pits have a large door 
for easy removal of ashes 




^ 




RICHARDSON ROUND BOILERS— SERIES 17-20-23-26-29 



Boiler 
No. 173 
No. 174 
No. 175 
No. 203 
No. 204 
No. 205 
No. 233 
No. 234 
No. 235 
No. 263 
No. 264 
No. 265 
No. 266 
No. 294 
No. 295 
No. 296 



STEAM 
Recom- 
mended 
Net Load Water 
Rating E.D.R. Line 
Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Ins. 
300 200 



350 

425 

475 

550 

650 

700 

800 

900 

950 

1050 

1150 

1250 

1300 

1425 

1550 



215 
230 
275 
295 
215 
350 
380 
410 
495 
530 
570 
610 
680 
725 
770 



40 

44 U 

48 V2 

41 

4514 

491^ 

44 

4814 

521/^ 

451,4 

49% 

533y4 

58 

531/^ 

58% 

64y4 



Rating 
Sq. Ft, 



550 
675 

850 
1050 

1350 
1500 

1700 
1900 
2050 
21O0 
2300 
2500 



WATER 
Recom- 
mended 
Net Load 
E.D.R. 
Sq. Ft 

325 
350 



450 
500 

600 
650 

825 

900 

975 

1075 

1150 

1225 



Grate 
Area 
Square 
Feet 
1.58 
1.58 
1.58 
2.18 
2.18 
2.18 
2.89 
2.89 
2.89 
3.70 
3.70 
3.70 
3.70 
4.59 
4.59 
4.59 



Outlets 
and 
Inlets 
N0.& 
Size Ins. 
2-2% 
2.21/2 
2-21/2 
2-3 
2-3 
2-3 
2-3 
2-3 
2-3 
2-314 
2-3% 
2-3% 
2-31/2 
2-3% 
2-3% 
2-3% 



STEAM 
Diam- 
eter 
Smoke 
Pipe 
Ins. 
7 



7 

8 

8 

8 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 



AND WATER 



Chim- 
ney 
Size 
Ins. 
8x 8 
8x 8 
8x 8 
8x 8 
8x 8 
8x 8 
8x12 
8x12 
8x12 
8x12 
8x12 
8x12 
8x12 
12x12 
12x12 
12x12 



Chim- 
ney 
Height 

Ft. 

30 

30 

30 

35 

35 

35 

35 

35 

35 

40 

40 

40 

45 

50 

50 

50 



Appr. 
Ship. 
Wt. lbs. 

Lbs. 

725 

797 

868 

877 

982 
1076 
1047 
1174 
1279 
1308 
1487 
1642 
1817 
2005 
2221 
2448 



Steam 
Price 
Each 

$114.30 
120.80 
139.20 
137.20 
143.90 
172.40 
164.30 
179.00 
211.70 
185.80 
210.90 
249.80 
288.90 
264.00 
305.30 
346.70 



Appr. Water 

Ship. Price 

Wt. lbs. Each 
Lbs. 



675 

744 

824 
916 

979 
1089 

1255 
1415 
1587 
1642 
1864 
2090 



104.00 
124.40 

135.00 
164.90 

155.80 
188.50 

183.50 
220.50 
259.50 
225.80 
269.20 
302.50 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



75 



ROUND BOILER MEASUREMENTS 



RICHARDSON 



THIS DIAGRAM IS FOR BOTH STEAM AND WATER BOILERS— SERIES 17-20-Z3-;i6-29 









Steam and Water 










Steam 


only 




Water only 




No. A 


B 


E 


F 


H 


J 


K 


N 


C 


D 


G 


M 


C 


D 


M 


173 . 24 


2514 


12 


19 y* 


9 Xll% 


14% 


7 


23% 


45% 


48% 


40 


17% 


38% 


42% 


17 


174 24 


251/4 


12 


i9y4 


9 xll% 


14% 


7 


23% 


49% 


53% 


44% 


17% 


42% 


46% 


17 


175 24 


2514 


12 


19% 


9 xll% 


14% 


7 


23% 


53% 


57% 


48% 


17% 


47 


50% 


17 


203 27 


28 Va 


12% 


20 


9%xl2% 


15% 


8 


26% 


46% 


50% 


41 


19% 


39% 


44 


19% 


204 27 


28% 


12% 


20 


9%xl2% 


15% 


8 


26% 


50% 


54% 


45% 


19% 


43% 


48 


19% 


205 27 


28% 


12% 


20 


9%xl2% 


15% 


8 


26% 


54% 


58% 


49% 


19% 


48 


52 


19% 


233 30 


31% 


13% 


20% 


9%xl3% 


16% 


9 


29% 


49% 


54 


44 


22% 


41% 


47% 


22% 


234 30 


31% 


13% 


20% 


9%xl3% 


16% 


9 


29% 


53% 


58% 


48% 


22% 


45% 


51% 


22% 


235 30 


31% 


13% 


20% 


9%xl3% 


16% 


9 


29% 


57% 


62% 


52% 


22% 


50 


55% 


22% 


263 33^ 


35 


14 


22 


9%xl3% 


17% 


10 


32% 


51% 


56% 


45% 


24% 


43% 


48% 


24% 


264 33^ 


35 


14 


22 


9%xl5% 


17% 


10 


32% 


55% 


60% 


49% 


2478 


47% 


52% 


24% 


265 33% 


35 


14 


22 


9%xl5% 


17% 


10 


32% 


59% 


64% 


53% 


2478 


51% 


56% 


24% 


266 33% 


35 


14 


22 


9%xl5% 


17% 


10 


32% 


64 


68% 


58 


2478 


55% 


60% 


24% 


294 38 


40 


13% 


22% 


10 Xl5% 


18 


10 


35% 


60 


67% 


53% 


30% 


50% 


55% 


24H 


295 38 


40 


13% 


22% 


10 xl5% 


18 


10 


35% 


65% 


70% 


58% 


30% 


5578 


61% 


24« 


296 38 


40 


13% 


22% 


10 xl5% 


18 


10 


35% 


70% 


75% 


64% 


30% 


61% 


66% 


24H 



76 JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 

Richardson Square Cased 
Round Boilers 



Richardson Square Cased Round Boilers as illustrated on the 
page following, combine all the qualities of the well-known 
Richardson Round Boilers with the added advantages of the 
blue casing, including increased efficiency, attractive appear- 
ance, and all at a minimum expense. 

These boilers mark to a striking degree the tendency to im- 
prove the appearance of the basement in the modern home. 
At the same time they do not represent a new heating ex- 
periment, but the latest development in equipment that has 
been tried and proved successful. 

Richardson Square Cased Boilers have a well-insulated casing 
in high lustre blue that is durable, easy to clean and will not 
crack or peel. The doors, ashpit front, smoke box and other 
parts not covered by the casing are coated with enamel. 
These boilers are equipped with the highest grade accessories. 

By installing a Richardson Square Cased Boiler the cellar 
can be readily transformed into a playroom, card room, bil- 
liard room, den, or any of those extra rooms that are a part 
of the up-to-date home. 

Richardson Square Cased Boilers cannot be surpassed for 
beautv, economy and efficiency in operation. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE; HILL & CO. 



77 



SQUARE CASED ROUND BOILERS 



RICHARDSON 





l-S SERIES— STEAM 



1-W SERIES— WATER 



Square 
Cased 
Boiler 
No. 


*Rd. 

Boiler 
No. 


Rat'g 
Sq.Ft 


Recom- 
men'd 

Net load 
E.D.R. 
Sq. Ft. 


Ht. 

of 

Cas'g 

Ins. 


Sq. 

of 

Cas'g 

Ins. 


Ap. 

Ship. 
Wt., 
Lbs. 


Price 
Each 


Square 

Cased 

Boiler 

No. 


*Rd. 

Boiler 

No. 


Rat'g 

Sq.Ft 


Recom- 

men'd 

Net load 

E.D.R. 

Sq. Ft. 


Ht. 

of 

Cas'g 

Ins. 


Sq. 

of 

Cas'g 

Ins. 


Ap. 
Ship. 
Wt., 
Lbs. 


Price 
Each 


l-S-l 


174 


350 


215 


50 


26yo 


917 


$145.50 


1-W-l 


174 


550 


325 


431/2 


261/2 


796 


$130.70 


l-S-2 


175 


425 


230 


54 


261/2 


994 


168.00 


l-W-2 


175 


675 


350 


47^ 


261/3 


879 


153.30 


l-S-3 


204 


550 


295 


51 


291/2 


1148 


174.90 


l-W-3 


204 


850 


450 


441/4 


291/2 


964 


165.80 


l-S-4 


205 


650 


315 


55 


29 Va 


1256 


205.50 


l-W-4 


205 


1050 


500 


481/4 


291^ 


1074 


198.40 


l-S-5 


234 


800 


380 


54 


321/2 


1365 


214.20 


l-W-5 


234 


1350 


600 


46% 


32^ 


1145 


188.80 


l-S-6 


235 


900 


410 


58 


32 Va 


1489 


248.90 


l-W-6 


235 


150O 


650 


50% 


321/2 


1270 


225.60 


l-S-7 


264 


1050 


530 


55^ 


36 


1698 


250.20 


l-W-7 


264 


1700 


825 


471/2 


36 


1443 


222.60 


l-S-8 


265 


1150 


570 


59^ 


36 


1866 


291.20 


l-W-8 


265 


1900 


900 


511/2 


36 


1616 


261.70 


l-S-9 


294 


1300 


680 


60 


41 


2247 


307.50 


l-W-9 


294 


2100 


1075 


51 


41 


1880 


269.30 


1-S-lO 


295 


1425 


725 


65 


41 


2495 


351.00 


1-W-lO 


295 


2300 


1150 


561^ 


41 


2128 


314.80 



78 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



SUPER-TEST HOT WATER SUPPLY BOILERS 

RICHARDSON 



In the modem home there must be hot water in abundance. 
instantly available, and In sufticlent quantity. 

To solve this problem economically the Richardson & Boyn- 
ton Co. has developed the SUPER-TEST line of hot water sup- 
ply boilers in varying sizes to meet the needs of any require- 
ment from the smallest home to the apartment house, or com- 
mercial laundry. 

These hot water supply boilers are made throughout of a 
high quality, tough, gray cast iron. Cast iron is rust resistant 
and will never wear out. Abuse is the only destructive form that 
will lessen the active life of these hot water supply boilers. 
Thus, with reasonable care, the owner of one of these boilers 
may expect continuous and efficient performance for an In- 
definite period. 

Richardson SUPER-TEST hot water supply boilers have built 
Into them the engineering and manufacturing experience of a 
house that has made heating and cooking aparatus continu- 
ously for 93 years. Each boiler, regardless of its size, is tested 
In the factory to 300 pounds hydrostatic pressure. Before it is 
shipped, it is mounted and again subjected to a hydrostatic 
test for a second checking. Thus, the owner and the contrac- 
tor are safeguarded against breakage, trouble, and interrupted 
service, which so frequently result when improperly tested hot 
water supply boilers are used. 

In apartment houses, laundries, swimming pools, restaur- 
ants, hotels, factories, office buildings, theatres, stores, churches, 
and private dwellings, a Richardson SUPER-TEST hot water 
supply boiler can safely be relied upon to meet all requirements 
for hot water, economically, efficiently, with freedom from 
trouble or repair expense, over a long period of years. No 
other system of hot water supply gives the same service at so 
low a cost of operation. 

There is a size of SUPER-TEST hot water supply boiler espe- 
cially designed for every need. Be careful to specify the cor- 
rect size. A boiler too large or too small for the work expected 
of It cannot perform satisfactorily. 



Clean Water Guaranteed by the Richardson 
Galvoxide Process 

In many parts of the country the chemical composition of 
the water makes It impossible to obtain clean hot water, free 
from rust or discoloration except by using brass sections in 
tank and laundry heaters. Several years ago the Richardson 
& Boynton Co. perfected a new type of heater with a galvoxide 
water section so treated by a special process that it Is not af- 
fected by the chemical properties in the water in any way 
whatsoever. The result Is that clean hot water Is available at 
all times. 

Thousands of successful Installations In past few years have 
so established the Richardson Galvoxide Heater as a solution 
for the clean water problem that the Richardson & Bojmton 
Co. now guarantee their Galvoxide Water Heaters to keep the 
water free from rust or discoloration. 





Number 41 

82 gal. capacity 



Number 100 

85 to 100 ^'al. capacity. 





Number 1010 

150 to 175 gal. capacity. 



Number 1175 

700 gal. capacity. 




Number 2X46 

2100 GaUon Capacity 

TESTED TO 300 LBS. HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE MAX- 

lAfUM ALLOWABLE WORKING PRESSURE 125 LBS. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



79 



SUPER-TEST HOT WATER SUPPLY BOILERS 

RICHARDSON 



SUPER-TEST HOT WATER SUPPLY BOILERS 







Approx. 


Grate 


Height 


Height Number and 




Size 




Height 








No. of 


Area 


to Top 


to Return Size Flow & 


Width 


Smoke 


Size 01 


of 


Ship. 






Cap. in 


Families 


in 


Outlet 


Inlet 


Return 


Base 


Pipe 


Chimney 


Chimney 


Wt., 


Price 


No. 


Gals. 


Supplied 


Feet 


Inches 


Inches Tappings 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


in Ft. 


lbs. 


Each 


241 


40 


1 


.54 


161^ 


14% 


2-1 


13% 


6 


8%x8% 


35 


115 


$ 16.50 


noo 


85 to 100 


Ito 3 


.54 


24^ 


11% 


F-I-IV4 
R-2-1 H 


16 


5 


8%x8% 


35 


215 


30.50 


t2105 withl00tol25 


2 to 3 


.54 


30% 


17% 


F-l-iy^ 


16 


5 


8%x8% 


35 


235 


36.00 


brick ring 












R-2-1 14 














±2106 


125 to 150 


3 to 4 


.54 


32 


11% 


F-1-1% 
R-2-1 % 


16 


5 


B%x8% 


35 


290 


45.00 


2110 


150 to 175 


4 to 5 


.54 


32 


11% 


F-1-1% 
R-2-1 % 


16 


6 


8%x8% 


35 


300 


58.00 


2112 


250 to 300 


5 to 8 


.78 


34% 


12% 


F-1-2 
R-2-2 


18% 


6 


8%x8% 


35 


390 


75.00 


2114 


350 to 400 


8 to 10 


1.07 


36% 


13% 


F-1-2% 
R-2-2 % 


21% 


6 


8%x8% 


35 


490 


104.00 


$1173 


400 to 500 


10 to 13 


1.58 


38% 


.14% 


F-2-2% 
R-2-2% 


25% 


7 


8%x8% 


35 


700 


1^8.00 


$1174 


600 


13 to 15 


1.58 


42% 


14% 


F-2-2% 
R-2-2% 


25% 


7 


8%x8% 


35 


775 


160.00 


$1175 


700 


15 to 17 


1.58 


47 


14% 


F-2-2% 
R-2-2% 


25% 


7 


8%x8% 


35 


850 


180.00 


$1204 


800 


17 to20 


2.18 


43% 


15% 


F-2-3 
R-2-3 


28% 


8 


8%x8% 


35 


920 


192.00 


$1205 


950 


20 to 23 


2.18 


48 


15% 


F-2-3 
R-2-3 


28% 


8 


8%x8% 


35 


1025 


214.00 


$1234 


1100 


23 to 27 


2.89 


45% 


16% 


F-2-3 
R-2-3 


31% 


9 


8x12 


35 


1070 


250.00 


$1235 


1300 


27 to 33 


2.89 


50 


16% 


F-2-3 
R-2-3 


31% 


9 


8x12 


35 


1200 


290.00 


$1264 


1600 


33 to 40 


3.70 


47% 


17% 


F-2-3% 
R-2-3% 


35 


10 


8x12 


40 


1385 


360.00 


$1265 


1850 


40 to 46 


3.70 


51% 


17% 


P-2-3% 

R-2-3% 


35 


10 


8x12 


40 


1550 


420.00 



Base bottoms can be 
1173 furnished with 



fiurnished with Nos. 100-105-106-1010. 
base, firepot, and dome. * 



1174-1204-1234-1264 furnished with base, firepot, one intermediate 
and dome. 

1175-1205-1235-1265 furnished with base, firepot, two intermed- 
iates and dome. 



SECTIONAL 

SUPER-TEST HOT WATER SUPPLY BOILERS 



No. 


Cap. 
in 
Gals. 


Approx. 
Number 

of 
Families 
Supplied 


Grate 
Area 

in 
Feet 


Height 

to 

Top 

Outlet 

Inches 


Height Number 

to and Size 

Return Flow and 

Inlet Return 

Inches Tappings 


Width 

Base 

Inches 


Length 
Base 
Inches 


Size 
Smoke 

Pipe 
Inches 


Chim. 

Size 

Inches 


Chim. Ship. 
Height Wt., 
Feet lbs. 


Price 

Each 


$2X46 


2100 


46 to 52 


4.59 


49% 


15% 


F-2— 3 
R_2 3 


30% 


37A 


9 


8x12 


40 6490 




$2X47 


2500 


52 to 62 


5.50 


49% 


15% 


F-2— 3 
R-2— 3 


30% 


43 H 


9 


8x12 


40 3100 


1 


$2X48 


2900 


62 to 72 


6.41 


49% 


15% 


P-3— 3 

R-2— 3 
F-2— 4 
R-2— 4 


30% 


49 i« 


9 


12x12 


50 3540 


$3X26 


3200 


72 to 80 


8.33 


55 


15% 


42% 


437/8 


12 


12x12 


40 3990 


J 


$3X27 


3700 


80 to 93 


10.00 


55 


15% 


F-3— 4 
R-2— 4 


4278 


51% 


12 


12x12 


40 4560 


1 


$3X28 


4200 


93 to 110 


11.67 


55 


15% 


F-3— 4 
R-2— 4 


42% 


58% 


12 


12x12 


50 5190 


$3X29 


4700 


110 to 130 


13.34 


55 


15% 


P-4— 4 
R-2— 4 


42% 


66 


12 


12x12 


60 5840 




2X46 — 3X26 — Sectional Boilers with six sections. 
2X47— 3X27— Sectional Boilers with seven sections. 




2X48— 3X28— Sectional Boilers with eight sections. 
3X29 — Sectional Boilers with nine sections. 





80 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



A new and improved 



UNIT HEATER by 




ILyj'the pioneers of 
good unit heating 

As the pioneer builders of propeller fan unit heaters, ILG 
recognizes that the efficiency of any forced air method of 
heating is measured by the performance of the motor. Note, 
then, that the ILG Unit Heater is the only one made with a 
fully enclosed, self -cooled motor with ball bearing lubrications. 
The drawn copper coil, cabinet, fan, and motor are all ILG 
designed and ILG built. Constructed throughout in the ILG 
plant, this heater carries one name-plate and one responsibility 
that guarantees full satisfaction. 



Recommended for 

High-Ceiling Stores. Offices, Foyers, 
Factoriess Garages, Airplane Hangers, etc. 

Remarkably compact and light in weight, the ILG Unit 
Heater is an all-purpose unit, particularly suited to high-ceil- 
Inged installations. Specialty of purpose and excellence of 
workmanship are reflected in its low -cost operation. 

As the man who pays the fuel bills, you should investigate 
the dollar and cent advantages of ILG Dynamic Heating. .Get 
the actual facts and figures about lower heating costs and the 
easy, economical installation of ILG Unit Heaters. 



Unit 
Heater 
Size 
13U 
13U 
13U 
17U 
17U 
17U 
19U 
19U 
19U 
25U 
25U 
25U 
31U 
31U 
31U 



R.P.M. 

855 
1140 
1750 

855 
1140 
1750 

855 
1140 
1755 

685 

855 
1140 

685 

855 
1140 



110/220 VOLTS 
Two 
Speed 



ALTERNATING CURRENT 60 CYCLE AND DIRECT CURRENT 

ALTERNATING CURRENT 

1 PHASE 

Weight Constant 

Pounds Speed 

140 $110.00 

140 106.00 $127.00* 

140 116.00 

176 142.00 

176 138.00 . 159.00 

180 157.00 

226 184.00 

226 180.00 184.00 

232 254.00 

440 305.00 

440 301.00 301.00 

450 403.00t 

515 462.00 

515 458.00 

530 




2-3 Phase 
220-440 Volts 
Cons't Spd. 



DIRECT 

CURRENT 

110-220 

Volts 



458.00 



$174.00 
180.00 
180.00 
201.00 
301.00 
301.00 
301.90 
458.00 
458.00 
488.00 



* 3 speed 855 R. P. M. Top, $119.00. 
t 220 volts only. 
50 cycles prices same as 60 cycle. 
CONTROLLERS— 

1. Single phase two speed motors are equipped with controllers having two speeds and an off position. 

2. Two speed controllers are available for 2 and 3 phase motors in each speed as extra equipment. 

3. Direct current motors are equipped with enclosed speed regulators. 



$119.00 
125.00 
153.00 
153.00 
168.00 
172.00 
172.00 
286.00 
413.00 
413.00 
45&.00 
625.00 
625.00 
689.00 



JANNEY; SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



81 



Here is true 



DYNAMIC HEATING 



a pronounced saving in fuel 



'., 






An even warmth, spread and held at the floor level, regard- 
less of outside temperatures — greatly reduced fuel costs — easy, 
economical installation — and efficient, service-free operation — 
that's ILG Dynamic Heating — a proven principle of unit heat- 
ing — introduced in 1917 — today giving satisfaction to thous- 
ands of well-known concerns. 

Using live air, tempered with steam or hot water, the ILG 
Unit Heater equalizes distribution and speeds circulation, dif- 
fusing the heat waves at the working zone like the rays of the 
sun. 

There's no need for hot over-night fires — no long waiting for 
temperatures to rise in the morning — no cold floor spots — no 
excessive stagnation of heat at the ceiling. 

This new and Improved ILG Unit Heater solves the heating, 
drying, and condensation problems normally encountered in 
many fields. Suspended in the air by its ring bolts, it floods 
working zones with warm air, surrounds workers with heat, 
and keeps them comfortable in all their operations. Mounted 
over the store vestibule or in the garage, the ILG Unit Heater 
maintains an even heat, quickly and economically tempering the 
cold air entering tbe constantly opened doors. The great vol- 
ume of air which this unit discharges makes it especially val- 
uable for any drying operation. Paper mills, dye houses, and 
other industries find this heater Satisfactory for overcoming 
steam condensation problems. 







VENTILATION 




1 



No need for hot 
over-night fires 



I* 



82 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



RADIATORS 
RICHARDSON 

The Richardson Radiator Line Is the result of the best engineering that many years' experience has been able to give. 
These radiators are simple and graceful in design and will blend harmoniously with any scheme of architecture and interior dec- 
oration. 

This Line Includes a wall radiator of light tube design that is unobtrusive and adaptable to unusual room arrangements. 

The new Richardson pattern Is especially desirable because It combines push nipple flexibility with tubular design, 
enabling wall radiation to be obtained In exact footage Instead of in units of seven and nine feet. 

Floor radiators in the Richardson Line are made in a wide variety of sizes and capacities In a design of ultra-modern 
smartness, making possible many attractive Installations that heretofore have been impractical. 



NEW TWO-TUBE WALL 




A Wall Radiator in the new and light- 
er tube style, procurable in exact footage 
requirement. 



-In -In 



^ 






m 


SI 


Y Y 


\ f\ 








= - 


AZ v 


/ \ 


/ V 


l. \ f 





TWO TUBE WALL RADIATORS 

TWO-TUBE WALL RADIATORS FOR STEAM AND WATEB 



Rad. 
Nos. 


No. of 
Sections 


Ht., 
Ins. 


Width 


Distance 
Center to 
Center of 
Tappings 


Heating 

Surface 

Sq.Ft 


7-B 
9-B 


5 
5 


21 M 
28M 


12 7/20 
12 7/20 


18H 

25JI 


7 
9 



Thickness without brackets, S^A inches; thickness with brac- 
kets, 3% Inches. 

All tappings right hand thread unless ordered otherwise on 
special order. 

TWO TUBE WALL RADIATORS CAN ALSO BE SUPPLIED 
IN ANY NUMBER OF SECTIONS, AS LISTED BELOW: 



Price per square ft. 



$0.63 



$0.63 



Number 

of 
Sections 



Length 

2% In. 

Per Section 



7-B Type 
12/5 Sq.Ft. 
Per Section 



9-B Type 
14/5 Sq.Ft. 
Per Section 



2 




5 


2 4/5 


3 3/5 


3 




7^ 


41/5 


5 2/5 


4 




10 


5 3/5 


7 1/5 


5 




12^ 


7 


9 


e 




15 


8 2/5 


10 4/5 


7 




17^ 


9 4/5 


12 3/5 


8 




20 


111/5 


14 2/5 


9 




22^ 


12 3/5 


16 1/5 


10 




25 


14 


18 


11 




27^ 


15 2/5 


19 4/5 


12 




30 


16 4/5 


213/5 


13 




32^ 


18 1/5 


23 2/5 


14 




35 


19 3/5 


25 1/5 


15 




37^ 


21 


27 


16 




40 


22 2/5 


28 4/5 


17 




42^ 


23 4/5 


30 3/5 


18 




45 


251/5 


32 2/5 


19 




47% 


26 3/5 


341/5 


20 




50 


28 


36 


21 




52% 


29 2/5 


37 4/5 


22 




55 


30 4/5 


39 3/5 


23 




57% 


321/5 


412/5 


24 




60 


33 3/5 


431/5 


25 




62% 


35 


45 


Distance 


from 


center of top 




tappings 


to center of bottom 






tappings, 


inches 




18 17/32 


25 19/32 


Width, inches . 




3% 


3>4 



Radiators tapped 1% inches, top and bottom both ends. 

Allow % Inch for each bushing in estimating length of rad- 
iators. 

Furnished with standard 4% -inch legs on special order at no 
extra charge. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



83 



RADIATORS 
RICHARDSON 



THREE-TUBE 





A Radiator of high efficiency and limited space -demand for 
use where a narrow radiator Is required, as in halls and bath- 
rooms. 



THREE-TUBE 



Height Width 

A B 

Ins. Ins. 



O 

Ins. 



D 

Ins. 



Sq.Ft. 
E Per Sec. 
Ins. 



38 
32 
26 

ts 

20 



4% 
4% 
4% 
4% 
4% 



31A 
ISA 



4% 
4% 
4% 
4^ 
4H 



2^ 
2% 
2% 
2H 
2H 



3^ 
3 

2^ 
2 

1% 



FOR STEAM AND WATER 



Heiffht, 


ins. 


38 


*32 


26 


23 


*20 


Price per sq. ft. . 


$0.53 


$0.53 


$0.53 


$0.53 


$0.53 




Length 


38-Inch 


32-Inch 


26-Inch 


23-Incli 


L 20-In. 


No. 


2V2 


31/2 


3 


2% 


2 


1% 


of 


Ins. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq.Ft. 


Sec. 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 




Sec. 


Sec. 


Sec. 


Sec. 


Sec. 


Sec. 


2 


5 


7 


6 


4% 


4 


3% 


3 


7^ 


101^ 


9 


7 


6 


sy* 


4 


10 


14 


12 


9^ 


8 


7 


5 


12^ 


171/2 


15 


11% 


10 


8% 


6 


15 


21 


18 


14 


12 


10% 


.7 


i7y2 


24 1^ 


21 


16 V^ 


14 


12% 


8 


20 


28 


24 


18% 


16 


14 


9 


221/2 


311/2 


27 


21 


18 


15% 


10 


25 


35 


30 


23 Va 


20 


17% 


11 


271/2 


381/^ 


33 


25% 


22 


19% 


12 


30 


42 


36 


28 


24 


21 


13 


321/2 


45 Va 


39 


ZO'A 


26 


22% 


14 


35 


49 


42 


32% 


28 


24% 


15 


371/2 


521/j 


45 


35 


30 


26% 


16 


40 


56 


48 


37% 


32 


28 


17 


421/2 


591/^ 


51 


39% 


34 


29% 


18 


45 


63 


54 


42 


36 


31% 


19 


47^ 


661^ 


57 


44% 


38 


33% 


20 


50 


70 


60 


46% 


40 


35 


21 


521/2 


73% 


63 


49 


42 


36% 


22 


55 


77 


66 


51% 


. 44 


38% 


23 


571^ 


80% 


69 


53% 


46 


40% 


24 


60 


84 


72 


56 


48 


42 


25 


62^ 


87% 


75 


58% 


50 


43% 



Distance from floor 
to center of upper 

tappings, ins 35 H 

Distance from floor 
to center of bottom 

tappings, ins. 4% 

Width, ins 4% 

Width at legs, ins. 4% 



2QU 



4% 
4% 
4% 



2311 



4% 
4% 
4% 



20U 



4% 
4% 
4% 



17ii 



4% 
4% 
4% 



Radiators tapped 1% inches, top and bottom both ends. 
Allow % Inch for each bushing in estimating length of radi- 
ators. 

Furnished with 6-inch legs or without legs on special ordec 



Items marked thus i not carried in stock but shipped direct from factory. 



84 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



RADIATORS 



RICHARDSON 



FOUR-TUBE 





The Four-Tube Radiator, particularly the lower heights, is 
tavored for bedrooms, where unobstruslve harmony with the 
furnishings is so necessary. 



FOUB-TUBE 



Height 


Width 








Sq. Ft. 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


Per Sec 


38' 


65/6' 


31%' 
259^6' 


^W 


2}^' 


4^ 


32' 




4Ji' 


2W 


33^ 


26' 


6kJ' 


19%' 


4J^' 


2H' 


2^ 


23' 


ir^' 


4J^' 


2H' 


2/^ 


20' 


m- 


4>^' 


iy% 


2Ji 



FOR STEAM AND WATER 



Ht., ins. 


38 


±32 


26 


23 


$21 


Price per sq. ft. . . 


$0.58 


$0.58 


$0.58 


$0.58 ! 


^0.58 




Length 


38- Inch 


3 2- Inch 


26-Inch 


23>Inch 


20-Imi 


Number 


^% 


4K 


3H 


2% 


2H 


1% 


of 


Inches 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq.^ 


Sections 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Pe 




Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Sect 


2 


5 


8J^ 


7 


m 


5 


4' 


3 


7M 


12M 


lOM 


8M 


7^ 


6 


4 


10 


17 


14 


11 


10 


9 


5 


12 H 


21M 


17J^ 


13M 


12^ 


11 


6 


15 


25^ 


21 


16^ 


15 


13 


7 


17H 


29M 


24H 


19J4 


\w^ 


15 


8 


20 


34 


28 


22 


20 


If 


9 


22H 


38Ji 


31>^ 


24M 


22H 


20 


10 


25 


42 J^ 


35 


27}^ 


25 


2: 


11 


27H 


463^ 


38M 


30}i 


273^ 


24 


12 


30 


51 


42 


33 


30 


2' 


13 


32^^ 


55M 


45>4 


35Ji 


32}^ 


2^ 


14 


35 


59J^ 


49 


38}^ 


35 


3: 


15 


37H 


63M 


52H 


41}< 


373^ 


3^ 


16 


40 


68 


56 


44 


40 


3( 


17 


42^ 


72M 


59J^ 


46M 


423^ 


3^ 


18 


45 


76H 


63 


49:^ 


45 


4( 


19 


47H 


80 J< 


66>^ 


521^ 


47H 


4. 


20 


50 


85 


70 


55 


50 


4 


21 


52K 


89J4 


73H 


57M 


523^ 


4: 


22 


55 


93}^ 


77 


60^ 


55 


49- 


23 


571^ 


97 Ji 


80 J^ 


63M 


57H 


511 


24 


60 


102 


84 


66 


60 


54 


25 


621^ 


106K 


87H 


68M 


623^ 


56'. 


Distance from 


floor to center of 












upper tappings, 












inches 


35% 


30K6 


241^6 


21^ 


l«i. 


Distance from 












fioor to center of 












bottom tappings, 












inches 


4J^ 


43^ 


4^ 


4J^ 


4- 


Width, inches. . . 


65/f6 


6«^6 


6«/li 


6Kfi 


6Ji 


Width at legs, 












inches . 


6M« 


6% 


65<6 


65<e 


6H 



Radiators tapped 1% inches, top and bottom both ends. 

Allow % inch for each bushing in estimating length of radi- 
ators. 

Furnished with 6-lnch legs or without legs on special order 



Items marked thus $ not carried in stock but shipped direct from factory. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



85 



RADIATORS 



RICHARDSON 



FIVE-TUBE 




W^^'TXvr^s x^. 




The most popular size of all, adaptable for almost every heat- 
ing requirement, in a style and effect that is appreciated by 
discriminating architects and builders. 



FIVE-TUBE 



Height 
A 



38' 
32' 
26' 
23' 
20' 



Width 








B 


c 


D 


E 


8' 


31%' 


4>^' 


23^' 


8' 


25%' 


4H' 


23^' 


8' 


19%' 


4J^' 


ly^' 


8' 


16%' 


^W 


ly^' 


8' 


13%' 


^y% 


23^' 



Sq. Ft. 
Per Sec. 



5 
2?^ 



FOR STEAM AND WATER 



Ht.. ins. 




38 


d:32 


26 


23 


20 


Price per sq. ft. , . 


$0.58 


$0.58 


$0.58 


$0.58 


$0.58 




Length 


38.1nch 


32-Inch 


26-Inch 


23-Inch 


20- Inch 


Number 


2H 


5 


4H 


3H 


3 


1% 


of 


Inches 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sections 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 




Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


2 


5 


10 


8^ 


7 


6 


5% 


3 


W^ 


15 


13 


10^ 


9 


8 


4 


10 


20 


173^ 


14 


12 


10% 


5 


12^ 


25 


21?i 


\W2 


15 


13% 


6 


15 


30 


26 


21 


18 


16 


7 


17^ 


35 


30^ 


24J^ 


21 


18% 


8 


20 


40 


34?^ 


28 


24 


21% 


9 


223^ 


45 


39 


31Ji 


27 


24 


la 


25 


50 


433^ 


35 


30 


26% 


11 


273^ 


55 


47% 


38>i 


33 


29% 


12 


30 


60 


52 


42 


36 


32 


13 


323^ 


65 


563^ 


45^ 


39 


34% 


14 


35 


70 


60% 


49 


42 


37% 


15 


373^ 


75 


65 


52>^ 


45 


40 


16 


40 


80 


69 J^ 


56 


48 


42% 


17 


42 H 


85 


73% 


59>^ 


51 


45% 


18 


45 


90 


78 


63 


54 


48 


19 


47H 


95 


823^ 


663^ 


57 


50% 


20 


50 


100 


86% 


70 


60 


53% 


21 


523^ 


105 


91 


733^ 


63 


56 


22 


55 


no 


95% 


77 


66 


58% 


23 


57^ 


115 


99% 


803^ 


69 


61% 


24 


60 


120 


104 


84 


72 


64 


25 


62 J^ 


125 


108% 


87J^ 


75 


66% 


Distanc 


e from 




floor to c 


enter of 












upper ta 


ppings, 












inches . . . 




35% 


30% 


24% 


2% 


18% 


Distanc 


e from 












floor to c 


enter of 












bottom t 


appings, 












inches . . . 




43^ 


4^ 


43^ 


4^ 


4% 


Width, in 


ches. . . 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


Width a 


t legs, 












inches. . . 




8 


8 


8 


8 


8 



Radiators tapped 1 % Inches, top and bottom both ends. 

Allow % inch for each bushing in estimating length of radia- 
tors. 

Furnished with 6-inch legs or without legs on special order. 



Items marked thus $ not carried in stock but shipped direct from factory. 



86 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



J - 



RADIATORS 



RICHARDSON 



SIX-TUBE 




'-^"^■s^issmr'^^'^mut 




Where heat in large volume is required and little wall space 
is available, the Richardson Six-tube radiator will be found 
unusually valuable. 



SIX-TUBE 



Height 


Width 








Sq. Ft. 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


Per Sec. 


38' 


91^6' 


311%' 


4H' 


2J^' 


6 


32' 


91%' 


25%' 


4^' 


23^' 


5 


26' 


91^6' 


19%' 


m" 


W2 


4 


23' 


91^6' 


161%' 


^¥2 


2W 


3H 


20' 


9iH'6' 


13%' 


4J^' 


2^' 


3 



FOB STEAM AND WATER 

















Ht., ins. 


$38 


*32 


$26 


*23 


tw 


Price per sq. ft. . . 


$0.58 


$0.58 


$0.58 


$0.58 


$0.58 




Length 


38-Inch 


32-Inch 


26- Inch 


23-Inch 


20.1nd 


Number 


2H 


6 


5 


4 


3H 


3 


of 


Inches 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq.R 


Sections 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 




Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Scclioi' 


2 


5 


12 


10 


8 


7 


6 


3 


7^ 


18 


15 


12 


lOH 


9 


4 


10 


24 


20 


16 


14 


12 


5 


UH 


30 


25 


20 


17^ 


15 ^ 


6 


15 


36 


30 


24 


21 


Ig 


7 


17}^ 


42 


35 


28 


2VA 


21 


8 


20 


48 


40 


32 


28 


24 


9 


223^ 


54 


45 


36 


31H 


27 


la 


25 


60 


50 


40 


35 


30 


u 


27H 


66 


55 


44 


38H 


Si 


12 


30 


72 


60 


48 


42 


36 


13 


321^ 


78 


65 


52 


45>4 


39 


14 


35 


84 


70 


56 


49 


42 


15 


371^ 


90 


75 


60 


SIH 


45 


16 


40 


96 


80 


64 


56 


48 


17 


42^ 


102 


85 


68 


591^ 


.51 


18 


.45 


108 


90 


72 


63 


54 


19 


47J^ 


114 


95 


76 


66H 


57 


20 


50 


120 


100 


80 


70 


60 


21 


S2y2 


126 


105 


84 


73H 


63 


22 


55 


132 


110 


88 


77 


66 


23 


57y2 


138 


115 


92 


801^ 


69 


24 


60 


144 


120 


96 


84 


72 


25 


62^ 


150 


125 


100 


871^ 


75 


Distance from 


floor to center of 












upper tappings, 
inches 












SS^Hi 


30% 


24% 


21% 


m 


Distance from 












floor to center of 












bottom tappings, 












inches 


^H 


41^ 


^H 


43^ 


4M 


Width, inches. . . 


91% 


91% 


91% 


91% 


m 


Width at legs, 












inches 


91% 


91% 


91% 


91% 


n 

















Radiators tapped 1% inches, top and bottom both ends. 



I 



Allow Vz inch for each bushing in estimating length of radfi* 
tors. 

Furnished with 6-inch legs or without legs on special order. 

Items marked thus 4 not carried in stock but shipped direct from factory. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE; HILL & CO. 



RADIATORS 



87 



RICHARDSON 
SEVEN-TUBE 





Where a radiator is required to fit under wnidow sills and 
sUi: give a maximum of heat, the Richardson Window Radl- 
itor meets both demands most effectively. 







SEVEN-TUBE 






Height 
A 


Width 
B 


C 


D 


E 


Sq. Ft. 
Per Sec, 


20' 
17' 
14' 




15%' 

12^6' 

9W 


3' 
3' 
3' 


2H' 

2H' 
23^' 


3 

2H 



fb 



FOR STEAM AND WATER 



Height, inches 


20 


17 


14 


Price per sq. ft 


. . . $0.58 


$0.58 


$0.58 


Number 


Length 


20-Inch 


17-Inch 


U-Inch 


of 


2H Inches 


3KSq. Ft. 


3 Sq. Fi. 


2H Sq. Ft. 


Sections 


Per Section 


Per Section 


Per Section 


Per Section 


2 


5 


7M 


6 


5 


3 


7y2 


11 


9 


73^ 


4 


10 


14^ 


12 


10 


5 


123^ 


183^ 


15 


12% 


6 


15 


22 


18 


IS 


7 


17K 


25% 


21 


17% 


8 


20 


293^ 


24 


20 


9 


223^ 


ZZ 


27 


22% 


10 


25 


36% 


30 


25 


11 


27^ 


40% 


33 


27% 


12 


30 


44 


36 


30 


13 


32J^ 


47% 


39 


32% 


14 


35 


51% 


42 


35 


15 


3714 


55 


45 


37% 


16 


40 


58% 


48 


40 


17 


421^ 


62% 


. 51 


42% 


18 


45 


66 


54 


45 


19 


AlH 


69% 


57 


47% 


20 


50 


73% 


60 


50 


21 


52M 


77 


63 


52% 


22 


55 


80% 


66 


55 


23 


5W2 


84% 


69 


57% 


24 


60 


88 


72 


60 


25 


621^ 


91% 


75 


62% 


Distance from floor to 




center of upper tappings, 








inches 


18H'6 


15il6 


12J/(i 


Distance from floor to 








center of bottom tap- 








pings, inches. 

Width, inches. 


3 


3 


3 


11% 


n% 


11% 


Width at legs, inches . . . 


11% 


11% 


11% 



Radiators tapped I'^k Inches, top and bottom both ends. 

Allow % inch for each bushing in estimating length of radia- 
tors. 

Furnished with 4 >^ -inch legs or without legs on special order. 



88 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



RADIATOR ACCESSORIES 

RICHARDSON 



TAPPING SPECIFICATIONS FOR 
RICHARDSON RADIATION 

Unless otherwise specified, all radiation will be tapped In 
accordance with the following schedules: 



s One-Pipe Steam 

Bottom only one end bushed 

to 24 square feet l inch 

25 to 60 square feet 1 ^ inches 

61 square feet and up 1% inches 

Two-Pipe Steam 

Bottom only both ends bushed 

to 48 square feet 1 x % inch 

49 to 96 square feet 1^x1 inches 

97 square feet and up 1^x1% inches 

Water 

Bushed bottom only both ends. 

to 40 square feet 1 inch 

41 to 72 square feet 1^ inches 

73 square feet and up 1 % Inches 

Vapor 

Bushed top and bottom opposite ends. 

to 30 square feet %x% inch Ecc. 

31 to 60 square feet %x^ inch Ecc. 

61 to 125 square feet 1 x^ inch Ecc. 

126 to 175 square feet l%x% inch Ecc. 

All air valve tappings are for % inch pipe tap. All radiator 
tappings are 1% Inch right hand threads, unless ordered spec- 
ially. Briggs standard threads are used. 

One center leg is assembled in all radiators from 21 sections 
to 35 sections: two from 36 sections to 51 sections: and three in 
all radiators longer than 51 secUoiis. 



RADIATOR ACCESSORIES 
PEDESTALS 

iiiii 

■■■• 

Cast Iron Pedestals can be furnished for placing under 
of all styles and heights of Richardson Radiation. They are 
manufactured in the following heights: %, 1. 1%. 2, 2%, S. 
3Mf. 4. 4%, 5 and 6 inch. 



BRACKETS 




Concealed Brackets can be furnished for Richardson Legleas 
Radiation when used as Wall Radiation. These Brackets, as 
illustrated, can be furnished for 2, 3, 4, 5» and 6 Tube Radiation, 
and on special order for 7 Tube Radiation. 

Concealed Brackets consist of two parts — the top bracket 
which grips the rod just underneath the top hub holding the 
radiator upright, and the bottom bracket, which supports the 
radiator underneath the bottom hub. 

At least two brackets are necessary for every legless radiator, 
and we recommend that all radiators up to and Including 
twenty-five sections should have two brackets for support, and 
an additional pair of brackets for every twenty-five addltloiud 
sections. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



89 




RADIATOR HANGERS 

LITTLE GIANT TUBULAR 



The Little Giant Tu-Bu-Lur 
Bracket fits all tube type radiators, 
requires but one anchor bolt, and 
is not visible when in position. It 
Is the only hanger providing ad- 
justment in and out from wall; for 
vertical alignment; laterally in 
either direction; for raising or low- 
ering radiator; to line radiator In 
exact plumb. Made in one style, 
three sizes, of certified malleable 
Iron, navy gray. Delivered ready 
to install. 




No. 1 & 2 



No. 3 



Tu-Bu-Lur No. 1 for 3, 4 & 5 Tube Radiators 
Tu-Bu-Lur No. 2 for 5, 6 & 7 Tube Radiators 
Tu-Bu-Lur No. 3 for Wall Radiators 

LITTLE GIANT BOTTOM HUNG HANGERS 



Little Giant Bottom Hung Hangers 
hold all types of wall and tube radi- 
ators. These hangers support the 
radiator from the bottom, and have an 
adjustable brace to hold the top of the 
radiator in position. They are at- 
tached to the wall with one bolt, and 
have two adjustments. Little Giant 
Bottom Hung Hangers come in two 
styles: Style L, which holds the radia- 
tor 1% inches from the wall, and 
Style P which holds it 2^^ inches from 
the wall. Each style is made in two 
sizes: for wall radiation and 3 to 6 



Style L 



Style P 



tube radiators, and for Double Wall radiation and 7 tube radi- 
ators. Made of certified malleable iron, navy gray, delivered 
compUite ready to install. 



RADIATOR BRONZES AND BRONZING LIQUIDS 



Richardson Gold and 
Aluminum Bronzing pow- 
ders are very carefully 
KFOund, and our bronzing 
Uquids are the Ideal ve- 
hicles for the flotation of 
the powders. These liq- 
uids have the correct 
drying property, good ad- 
hesive qualities, and free- 
dom from any acidity 
which causes rapid dis- 
coloration of bronze pow- 
ders. 

Gold and Aluminum 
Bronze Powders are sup- 1, 
plied in half-pound and 
one-pound cans. Special 
prices are available for lots of 50 pounds or more. 

Bronzing Liquid Is supplied m half-gallon and one-gallon 
cans. Special prices for 25 gallons or more. 

Richardson Bronzing Brushes are especially made for use 
Id bronzing radiators and other metal work. 



DIMENSIONS OF RADIATOR 
VALVES 



^ 


p 


A 7 


tj 


■irFi 


^ 


L — B— ^ 





24? 



steam Angle Typ« 
No. 10 



I B > 



Hot Water Radiator 
Valve No. 20 



Size 


A 


B 


C 


'A 


Ws 


2% 


y% 


H 


35^ 


2% 


1^ 


1 


4 


SVs 


W4. 


IH 


4^ 


W2 


m 


m 


^% 


31^6 


l»K« 


2 


m 


4^6 


2 



Size 


A 


B 


c 


H 


2H 


25f« 


«'^ 


H 


2H 


2H 


1% 


1 


3M 


iV» 


1% 


ly* 


3H 


m 


1% 


VA 


3% 


3% 


m 


2 


5 


4^ 


2% 




Union Elbow No. 30 



Size 


A 


B 


H 


2^ 


Vs 


% 


1% 




1 


3Vs 


13<C 


1J4 


SVi 


VA 


1}^ 


3'H'6 


I'Hi 


2 


4=/i« 


2 



cTt 





1 cA 

Radiator Gate Valve 
with Union No. 40 



Size 


A» 


B 


C 


'A 


3H 


2% 


"/f. 


H 


4^2 


lYx 


1 


I 


S% 


3 


Wi 


m 


6H 


iy% 


iH 


1^2 


6H 


3?l6 


m 


2 


VA 


4^ 


I'fe 



TL 






:^ 






ti=bi_i 



Packless, Wheel Handle 
No. 50 




Size 


A 


B 


C 


H 


3H 


2^, 


Vs 


Ji 


3^ 


2% 


1^ 


1 


3^ 


SH 


iH 


m 


w% 


33^ 


1^ 


^H 


3% 


1% 



Packless, Lever Handle 


No. 60 


Size 


A 


B 


C 


^ 


3Ji 


2K« 


y» 


H 


3H 


H 


1^ 


1 


3H 


3H 


IM 


IM 


3A 


3H 


iJ^ 


m 


m 


3% 


1% 



90 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



The Heating Specialties described in this section are all 
made by nationally known manufacturers and ail have been 
carefully tested by Richardson & Boynton Company, both for 
quality of workmanship and material, and for operation In 
connection with Richardson & Boynton boilers and radiators. 
In every case the specialty described is the one which we have 
found to most nearly fit all our specifications and at the same 
time be the most economical purchase on the market. 



STEAM UNION RADIATOR VALVES 



RADIATOR VALVES & ELBOWS 




These valves are made from the highest grade of steam 
bronze. The highest grade of steam bronze. The designs are 
heavy and substantial and the distribution of metal is such as 
to provide strength where most needed. 

The two surfaces forming the union seat, consisting of an 
angle and a curved surface, readily make a steam tight joint. 
Each part Is carefully finished by the use of specially designed 
machining tools and gauges, receives a very careful inspection 
before assembly, and is tested under maximum pressure after 
assembly. This saves a great deal of make-up time and Insures 
lasting service. 

No. 10 — Steam radiator valves are heavily nickel plated with 
the trimmings highly polished. Handwheels are of black molded 
composition. All valves are threaded right hand on both inlet 
and outlet. 

Size 14 -inch — Each $ 3.70 

Size % -inch — Each 4.30 

Size 1 -Inch — Each 5.10 

Size 11/4 -Inch— Each 6.40 

Size 1 %-lnch— Each 8.40 

Size 2 -inch— Each 13.60 

HOT WATER UNION RADIATOR 
VALVES 




No. 20 — Hot Water Union Radiator Valves are made of the 
highest grade of steam bronze, heavily nickel plated, and high- 
ly polished. The bonnet and body are cast in one piece, elim- 
inating one threaded joint. The disc gives full pipe area to the 
flow, and will not stick. Handwheels of black composition re- 
inforced with metal stand the strain of opening and closing, and 
remain cool even when the metal parts of the valve are hot. 

Size y2 -inch — Each $ 3.25 

Size % -Inch — Each 3.70 

Size 1 -inch^ — Each 4.50 

Size 1 ^ -inch — Each 5.75 

Size 1^ -inch— Each 7.30 

Size 2 -inch — Each , 12.00 

HOT WATER UNION ELBOWS 

No. 30 — Union Elbows are heavy pattern, accurately machined 
and finished, and carefully tested. They are threaded right 
hand on both inlet and outlet. 

Size 14-inch — Each $1.75 

Size % -inch — Each 2.00 

Size 1 -Inch — Each 2.50 

Size 1^ -inch — Each 3.30 

Size IMs -inch — Each 4.25 

Size 2 -inch— Each 7.20 



The Richardson & Boynton Company carries large stocks (A 
these specialties in its various warehouses and plants, and Is Is 
a position to fill all orders immediately. 

Guarantee 

All heating specialties shown In this section are guaranteed 
only to the extent of furnishing new parts for any found de- 
fective. 

STEAM GATE UNION RADIATOR 
VALVES 




Gate valves are intended for use where a full pressure, un- 
obstructed flow, or a complete shut-off is desired. No. 40 gat«J 
valves are equipped with the Plextlte Disc which Insures an ab- 1 
solutely tight shut-off. This valve combines the advantagei 
found in solid wedge and double disc construction. It provides 
perfect contact between both faces of the gate and the boc^F 
seats, preventing leakage under all conditions. The Flexitlte 
Disc is of one-piece construction which gives maximum strength 
and precision of operation. 
No. 40— 

Size % -inch — Each $ 3.65 

Size % -inch — Each 4.25 

Size 1 -inch — Each 5.20 

Size 1 lA-inch — Each 6.60 1 

Size 1 ^A -inch — Each 9.00 

Size 2 -inch— Each 12.80 I 

PACKLESS RADIATOR VALVES 





These Packless valves, of graceful, compact design, are proof 
against leaks, and are operated with one smooth, easy turn of 
the handle. No. 50 has a molded, heat-resisting hand-wheel 
of comfortable grip which remains cool at all times. The lever 
handle on No. 60 is made of wood with a black enamel finish 
and a highly nickeled graduated plate. 

In these valves the main leak -preventing element is a ground 
joint between the stem and the center-piece — ground in each 
time the valve Is operated. Heavy clean-cut threads on stem 
and disc carrier insure smooth, easy operating, and tight 
seating of the disc. The perfectly machined and formed union 
between valve body and tail piece is a distinctive feature of 
these valves. A steam-tight joint can almost be made by hand 
Heavy union nut and tail piece Insure strength In those parts 
which receive much abuse. 

Sizes: %, %, 1, 1%. li^, and 2 inch. 

Na. 50 Wheel Handle 

Size % -inch — Each $ 3.70 

Size % -inch — Each 4^30 

Size 1 -inch — Each , * ] 5]io 

Size 1 14 -inch — Each 6^40 

Size 1% -inch — Each bm 

Size 2 -inch — Each i3.eo 

No, eo Lever Handle 

Size % -inch— Each $3.70 

Size % -inch— Each 4.30 

Size 1 -inch — Each 5.IO 

Size 1 ^-Inch— Each 6.40 

Size 1 % -inch — ^Each 8.40 

Size 2 -inch — ^Each 13.60 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



91 



AUTOMATIC AIR AND VACUUM VALVES 




Ricnardson Air and Vacuum Valves substitute heat for the 
cold air inside of radiators. They immediately convert any 
new or old steam heating apparatus into highly successful 
Vacuum Systems, with a tremendous saving in fuel consump- 
tion. Radiators heat faster, the range of temperature is much 
greater, more uniform and easily maintained. Richardson Air 
and Vacuum Valves are easily and quickly installed, and pay for 
themselves many times over in savings in fuel. All valves 
are guaranteed for five years, if properly installed. 

NO. 1 SYPHON AIR VALVE 



No. 1 — Syphon Air Valve is used in 
connection with No. 3 Quick Vent Air 
Valve, the former being placed on the 
radiator, and the latter on the end of 
the main. These valves automatic- 
ally and rapidly vent the air from the 
radiators because of their large air 
ports, channels and large float dia- 
phragms. This correct mechanical 
construction allows the valves to open 
quickly and automatically and in- 
sures the complete venting of the air 
before the valve closes. When the 
air has been completely vented from 
the radiators, and steam or water has 
taken its place, the valves automatic- 
ally close. There is no leaking from 
water logged radiators. Tapped Va 
inch. Each $1.80 



NO. 3 QUICK VENT AIR VALVE 



No. 3 — Quick Vent Air Valve is used, on the end 
of the main, with Number 1 Syphon Air Valve. 
These valves have shells of hard drawn extra 
heavy gauge sheet brass, and caps of solid brass 
rod which will not dent. They positively separate 
air and condensate. Their use insures rapid and 
complete discharge of air from the steam system 
and radiators as soon as the pressure is developed. 
Tapped % inch. Each $2.80 



NO. 2 AIR AND VACUUM VALVE 



No. 2 — Air and Vacuum Valve is used 
with No. 4 Quick Vent Air and Vac- 
uum Valve, the former on the radia- 
tor and the latter on the end of the 
main. The use of these valves in- 
sures the highest efficiency in any 
steam heating system. They are 
sturdily constructed of extra heavy 
gauge sheet brass and the caps are of 
solid brass rod, which will not dent. 
Unusually large float diaphragms 
produce positive closing. Separate 
air channels, large air ports and 
heavily wrought brass bases insure 
long service and uninterrupted ef- 
ficiency. Tapped Vs inch. 
Each $4.10 





NO. 4 QUICK VENT AIR AND VACUUM 
VALVE 

No. 4 — Quick Vent Air and Vacuum Valve is 
used with Number 2 Air and Vacuum Valve. 
Once pressure is raised, the valve permits the air 
to rapidly pass out of the radiators. When the 
air is all out, hot steam passes into the air valves 
which immediately close, automatically, by the 
heat of the steam. The steam, therefore, is pre- 
vented from escaping into the room. When the 
room temperature desired is reached, and heat is 
checked at the boiler by thermostat or other 
wise, the water in the boiler soon stops boiling 
and passing steam. At this point the air in the 
room tries to force its way back into the radia- 
tors. But this cold air cannot pass the Richard- 
son Valve, for a vacuum is established inside the 
system and the same amount of fire in the boil- 
er that would ordinarily stop giving heat alto- 
gether, continues to give heat for several hours under the in- 
fluence of the vacuum. Thus great fuel economies are realized, 
less attention to the heating system is necessary, and constant 
radiation is maintained. Tapped 14 inch. Each $5.60 






No. 5 

The No. 5 and No. 6 are used in place of No. 3 and 4 respec- 
tively on larger systems where more air must be expelled. 

No. 5— Each $10.40 

No, 6 — Each ^ j^ 20 




No. 7 is for end of main Installation on 
extra large systems where No. 1 is used. 

on radiators. 

No. 7— Each .'$4,20 



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RADIATOR VALVES 




SIPHON AIR VALVES 

For One Pipa Gravitjr Systems. 

Permits all air to escape until steam reaches the 
valve when instantaneous closure is made. Noise- 
less in operation. Takes care of sudden charses 
of water. The siphon automatically discharses all 
the water back into the radiator. Has % inch 
radiator connection. "Special short siphons" sup- 
plied to permit installation in narrow pattern 
radiators or i inch pipe radiators. Maximum 
guaranteed operating pressure, 10 lbs. 

No. 1 — Hoffman Siphon Air Valve. Z% inches 
high. Each $1,90 



AIRPORT AIR VALVES 



The Airport is a Hoffman tested and guar- 
anteed air valve in the medium price field. It 
Is small, attractive in appearance and strongly 
built. All metal construction and non-adjust- 
able. For cast iron radiation, and in straight 
shank pattern. 

The sensitive thermostatic action of the air 
port makes it especially suited to this service. 
Due to the small amount of prime heating sur- 
face in units of concealed type, it is most es- 
sential that the unit be freed of all air given 
up by condensing steam. A small quality of 
air will blanket a large percentage of the heating surface, with 
'A corresponding reduction in heat output. As the Airport, like 
all other Hoffman Valves operate at slight changes in temper- 
ature, its use assures full heat from .the entire heating surface. 

No. 70 — For venting radiators or heating units of one or two- 
pipe gravity steam systems. Size, conn: Vg inch. Maximum 
guaranteed operating pressure: 10 lbs. Each $1.76 





SIPHON AIR AND VACUUM 
VALVES 

Through its use an ordinary one pipe steam system 
may be changed into a vacuum type. This valve is 
similar in construction to the No. 1 but in addition 
when the radiator is once freed of air, return of air 
through the vent port is prevented. Radiator con- 
nection H inch. "Special short siphons" can be sup- 
plied when required. Maximum guaranteed operat- 
ing pressure, 10 lbs. 

No. 2 — Hoffman Siphon Air and Vacuum Valve, 
Vz inches high. Each $5.90 





VACUUM VALVE 



The No. 77 Hoffman Valve establishes s 
new standard of value in vacuum type air val- 
ves. It includes many of the features for 
which the No. 2 Hoffman Valve is famous, 
such as the patented Double Air Lock and an 
adaptation of the Hoffman separate air-and- 
water channel construction. 

The valve is small and neatly designed. 
Long, efficient service is obtained from the 
nickel silver valve pin. Base and nipple con- 
nection is a one-piece hot brass forging, giv- 
ing the valve exceptional strength. 

No, 77 — For venting radiators or heating units of one-pipe 
gravity vacuum systems. Prevents return of air through the 
valve. Size conn: Vg inch. Maximum Guaranteed Operating 
pressure : 10 lbs. Each $4 lo 



QUICK VENT VALVES 

For use in venting mains, risers, Vento 
Stacks, coils* etc. All air is freely vented 
through a % inch vent port without steam 
loss, but valve does not close against water. 
Standard connection % inch. Supplied with 
hi inch connection when so ordered. Maxi- 
mum guarateed operating pressure, 10 pounds. 
List price with % inch or % inch connections. 

No. 4— Quick Vent Valve, 1% inches high. 
Each $3.80 



QUICK VENT VALVE 

The No. 44 Quick Vent Valve is similar to the 
No. 4 in operation and application. Air is freely 
vented through a iV inch vent port. Valve 
closes against steam loss, but it should not be 
used where water is liable to be encountered 
as it does not contain a float member. Where 
water is a factory, use the No. 5 Valve. 
The No. 44 is equipped with a 1-lnch female 
. " connection, which permits installation on a 1 
mch female connection, which permits installation on a l-inch 
nipple without the use of a coupling. Maximum guaranteed 
operating pressure 10 lbs. 
No. 44 — Each $3 00 



QUICK VENT FLOAT AIR VALVE 



No. 5 Hoffman Quick Vent Float Air Valve is 
for similar service, as Nos. 4 and 44, in addition, 
may be used for venting mains which end less 
than 18 inches above boiler water line, or for 
other conditions where water is encountered. 
This valve is constructed with Double Shell 
and operates similar to the Hoffman No. 1. Con- 
nection % inch Maximum guaranteed operating 
pressure for valves with A inch port, 10 lbs.: for 
A inch port, 3 lbs. When ordering specify 
port size. 

No. 5 — Each $12.30 





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RADIATOR VALVES 



QUICK VENT FLOAT AIR AND 
VACUUM VALVE 




The No. 6 Hoffman Quick Vent Float Air and Vacuum Valve 
is used for all quick venting services where return of air through 
the valve is to be prevented. It is recommended for venting 
steam mains of one -pipe vacuum systems which end less than 
18 inches above the boiler water line. 

No. 6— Each $18.70 



VACUUM VENT VALVES 




No. 16 Hoffman Vacuum Vent Valve is designed to vent steam 
mains of one -pipe vacuum systems which end 18 -inches or more 
above the boiler water line. Air is freely vented without steam 
or water loss and return of air is prevented by the "Double Air 
Lock" — air check and vacuum diaphragm. It is also adapted 
for any service where return of air to the system is not desirable 
and where water in small amounts is encountered. Pipe con- 
nections, % inch Vent Port, Vo inch. Maximum guaranteed 
operating pressure, 10 lbs. 

No. 16— Each $8.50 



RETURN LINE VALVES 

(OR RADIATOR TRAPS) 

These valves are installed on the 
return side of the radiator and per- 
mit discharee of air and condensa- 
tion into the return main but close 
the vent port on contact with steam. 
Because of their wide range of oper- 
ation from to 50 lb. valves may be 
installed in systems where steam is 
supplied through a reducing valve 
and perfect operation obtained even 
when reducing valve fails to func- 
tion. Termostats may be changed 
from one body to another of the 
same size as Hoffman Return Line 
Valvea are non.adjustable. Therefore, it is easy to comply with 
engineers' specifications, which require removal of the thermostats, 
while system is being cleaned. The No. 8 Valve is made in %-inch 
siie and can be supplied in Angle, Straightway, Right and Left 
Hand Offset Patterns. The normal capacity is 200 iq. ft. of direct 
cast iron radiation; port diameter all pressures up to 50 lb., ^- 
inch. The No. 9 Valve is made in %-inch size, Angle and Straight- 
way Patterns only, having a normal capacity of 600 sq. ft. of direct 
cast iron radiation. For pressures under 15 lb. valve is supplied 
wit^ H-inch port and -/^-inch port for pressures of 15 to 50 lb. 

No. 8 — Return Line Valve. 1^ inches high. Each $6.00 




SYPHON AIR VALVE 

DOLE 

A dependable air valve of the ther- 
mostatic type which operates noise- 
lessly and automatically. Fool-proof 
construction, non-adjustable — finest 
materials and precision workmanship 
throughout. Distinctive appearance. 
Chromium plated. Guaranteed for 
five years. Packed in display boxes of 
1 dozen. 

No. ID — Each $1.50 



SYPHON AIR VALVE 
AIR VALVES 





The Dole No. 1933 Automatic Air Valve meets every require- 
ment of an efficient **vent" for one pipe steam heating system 
radiators. 

The following particulars are note-worthy: 

1. This valve is entirely automatic in operation — it is im- 
possible to tamper with it. 

It instantly "locks" in steam after air removal. 



2. 
3. 

4. 
5. 
6. 



10. 

11. 

12. 



Performance is just as efficient on steady as on inter- 
mittent venting. 

This valve cannot leak water. 

Flake, dirt and spray cannot enter vent seat. 

The shut-off is positive — the seating pin being machined 
and pressed to a perfect radius. 

No adjustment is necessary — the venting seat is screw 
set and brazed into position. 

The conical design of the float defeats capillary attrac- 
tion. 

The diaphragm of the float is made from special spring 
bronze sensitive to internal thermostatic pressure. 

The syphon drain removes condensation. 

The Dole No. 1933 Thermostatic Air Valve is made with 
brass and bronze throughout. 

It is attractively nickel plated a thoroughly reliable yet 
reasonably priced valve. 



Dole 1933 Radiator Air Valves— Each $0.86 



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RADIATOR VALVES 



VACUUM VALVE 

A unique valve embodying a new 
application of principles. Triple- 
action construction in a vacuum 
primer — a bellows — a thermostatic 
float. They hold the vacuum and seal 
comfort in raditttors. 

The new design is beautifully fin- 
ished in the modern way — lustrous, 
non - tarnishable, highly - polished 
chromium plating. These combined 
advantages make the Dole Vacuum 
Valve No. 2-B the outstanding vac- 
uum valve on the market today. Its 
use means more heat from less fuel, 
fewer trips to the basement, constant 
comfort regardless of severe weather 
—dependable, noiseless, automatic op- 
eration — no "radiator static." Writ- 
ten guarantee for 5 years. 

No. 2-B — Each $4.00 





Has the same triple action construction, design and finish 
as the No. 2B Vacuum Valve, except that it Is used for ventnig 
mains. Made for use with either % inch male I. P. T. or % 
inch female I. P. T. 



No. 6B — Each 



.$4.00 




No. 3-C — Thermostatic type, for venting mains. For use with 
No. 1 Syphon Air Valve, Chromium plated. Guaranteed for 
5 years. Made with ^-inch Iron Pipe Thread. Each $2.50 



MARVAL VENTING VALVES 




The Marval is designed for any low pressure, one-pipe gravltf 
steam heating system. Requires no adjustment on the job. 
Valve is sealed and cannot be tampered with. Shipped ready 
for installation. Valve is entirely automatic in operatloa 
Vents all air at all temperatures. Closes thermostatically lor 
steam — is self-draining, which prevents waterloggoing and spit- 
ting. The float closes the valve promptly against water. As- 
sures maximum efficiency on old or new radiators. 

Marsh "Valve-A-Teria" — (Contains 12 Marvel Air Valves Re- 
tailing at $1.25 each — Total $15.00.) 

Marval Air Valves — (In small lots, Retail at $1.25 each). 
Each $0.75 ] 

Converts all Ordinary Steam Systems Into Modem 
Heating Plants 



\ 




Quick-Opening, semi-packless type intended for vacuum 
pump installation or for vapor systems where modulation is not 
required. Valve is made in %-inch size only, having a capacity 
up to 200 sq. ft. direct cast iron radiation; maximum operating 
pressure 15 lbs. It is heavily nickel-plated and has polished 
trimmings. Regularly supplied in lever handle type. On spec- 
ial orders, wood wheel handles, lock shields, closed tops or ex- 
tended stems furnished. 

No. 19— Hoffman Radiator Valve, 1^ inches high. Each.. $4.50 



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RICHARDSON STEAM GAUGES 

This gauge is carefully made, and accur- 
ately calibrated. It has baked blue finish 
case and non-glare dial, with large, legible 
graduations. The gauge works on the Bour- 
don-tube principle, and has a siphon to clear 
the tube of condensation. It registers in 
pounds, to 30 pound limits. 
Steam Gauge — Each $3.60 



RICHARDSON COMPOUND RETARD 
GAUGES 

Eetard Gauge — For low pressure boilers. 
Graduated in ounces up to 10 pounds and in 
divisions of 5 pounds from 10 to 30 pounds. 
This gauge is of the same excellent standard 
of manufacture as the regular steam gauge, 
Including baked blue finish case. It is high- 
ly accurate, and gives exact knowledge of the 
pressure within the boiler. Each $7.00 

RICHARDSON COMBINATION ALTI- 
TUDE AND PRESSURE GAUGES 

These gauges are graduated for both alti- 
tude and water pressure in pounds, for both 
open and closed systems. The height of the 
water is accurately recorded from to 70 
feet and the pressure of the water from 
to 60 pounds. The gauges work on the Bour- 
don-Tube principle. The blue finish case is 
baked and gauges are equipped with non- 
glare dials with legible figures. 
Altitude and Pressure Gauges — Each ....$.. 



RICHARDSON THER-ALTI-METERS 

The instrument indicates height of water and 
temperature of water on the same dial — one In- 
strument instead of two. The temperature is 
Indicated by a hand on a wide scale marked in 
degrees Fahrenheit, operated by the expansion 
of special thermostatic metal, and the temper- 
ature is shown accurately at any degree. This 
gauge contains no mercury or liquids. The Al- 
titude gauge is operated by a Bourdon spring. 
The instrument is carefully made and tested 
before leaving the factory. Does not have cock. 



RICHARDSON HOT WATER 
THERMOMETERS 





4' 



These thermometers are accurate temperature 
recorders, each individually calibrated in the factory 
before shipment. The bulb rests in a mercury bath 
which makes a perfect metallic contact between the 
bulb and the socket. 



RICHARDSON BOILER CLEANSER- 
BOILERENE 




Richardson Boilerene is an exceptionally efficient cleaning 
agent which will clean a heating system in thirty minutes, 
soften hard water instantly, prevent foaming, and by removing 
grease, oil and pipe dope from the system will keep the water 
line steady. Boilerene will take the gyp or alkali completely 
out of a water supply. It contains no lye, salsoda, caustics, 
oxalic acid, or soap. Boilerene is harmless and will not injure 
rubber packing. Richardson Boilerene is also without equal for 
cleaning new plumbing systems, valves, traps, automobile radia- 
tors, paint brushes, enameled ware, overalls and all other ar- 
ticles which come in contact with grease and oil. 

HERCULES BOILER SOLDER 




PERMANENTLY 
REPAIRS LEAKS IN 
&TEAM-° HOT WATER 
HEATING BOILERS 



Hercules Boiler Solder is a scientifically compounded me- 
tallic powder that makes a permanent metallic repair. Her- 
cules Boiler Solder is recommended by leading heating engineers 
for use in all steam and hot water boilers. 

Hercules Boiler Solder — In one pound packages. Per lb... $5.50 



HERCULES BOILER LIQUID 




PERMANENTLY 
RERMRS LEAKS IN 
HEATING BOILERS 
AND RLMOVES SCALE 



Permanently repairs leaks in heating boilers without shutt- 
ing down. Hercules boiler liquid is a scientific compound for 
repairing leaks in steam boilers and hot water systems. Should 
be used in new installations for sealing sand holes defective 
castings, imperfect pipe threads, etc. Is an effective product for 
removing scale and also to prevent scale from forming. Does 
not create unpleasant fumes. 

Hercules Boiler Liquid — Quart cans. Each $2.50 






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SAFETY FEEDERS 

MC DONNELL * 30 SERIES" 

WITH EMERGENCY SWITCH FEATURE 

Of all devices a safety device must work right. The record of thousands of Mc 
Donnell Boiler Feeders installed on all types and sizes of boilers is absolute proof that 
McDonnell Feeders "Keep the boiler water line where it belongs" regardless of feed 
water or operating conditions. 

The McDonnell No. 30 Safety Feeder Series includes feeders for all sizes of boil- 
ers which are equipped with the No. 31 Emergency Switch to give ideal protection 
to the oil-fired or stoker-fired boiler. All of these feeders have a number of outstand- 
ing features which give them a certainty of operation and freedom from trouble that 
is shared by no other make. The feed valve in the No, 30 Series is located 4^/2 inches 
away from the hot float chamber, and separated from it by a ventilated compartment. 
As a result, the feed water stays cool — does not reach the critical point at which 
trouble-making lime and scale deposits on the valve and seat. This construction also 
isolates all working parts from the hot water and steam of the float chamber. 

A sylphon bellows is used between the float chamber and valve toggle, and another 
similar bellows is used between the toggle compartment and valve chamber. This 
eliminates stuffing boxes, eliminates leakage and practically does away with friction 
at these two vital points. 



No. 30 Feeders are made in two sizes: 

No. 30 -S for hand-flred or gas fired boilers below 300 square feet, 
steam pressure 15 pounds. 



Maximum 



No. 30-L hand-fired or gas-fired boilers above 3000 feet. 
pressure 25 pounds. 



Maximum steam 



All No. 30 Series Feeders (30-S or 30-L) can be purchased equipped with the 
McDonnell No. 31 Emergency Switch which represents the last word in protection 
for the oil-fired or stoker-fired boiler. During all normal operation the feeder takes 
care of the boiler water line, but if excessive priming or foaming causes the water to 
leave the boiler faster than the feeder can supply it, the switch stops the burner 
until the feeder catches up. Unlike the ordinary low water cut-off, the No. 31 Emerg- 
ency Switch does not stop the oil burner except in the rare emergency, and then 
only until the emergency has passed. 

When desired, a high voltage alarm can be combined with the No. 30-S or No. 
30-L Feeder, This switch (the No. 33) closes the circuit when the float in the feeder 
drops to the danger point, 

A variation of the No. 31 Switch is the No. 34 which is the same as the No. 31 
with the addition of a low-voltage bell-ringing circuit to notify attendant when 
biirner or stoker has been shut down on account of low water. 

The No. 31, No. 33 or No. 34 Switches can be added to any No. 30-S or 30-L 
Feeder in about flve minutes. 



No. 30-S— Safety Feeder— (for boilers below 3000 feet.) Each $42.00 

No. 30-L — Safety Feeder— (for boilers above 3000 feet). Each 52.00 

No. 30-S-31— (With emergency switch) . Each 54.00 

No. 30-L-31 — (With emergency switch.) Each 64.00 

No. 31 — Switch (alone) , Each ; 12.00 

No. 33 — Switch (alone) . Each 15.00 

No. 34 — Switch (alone) . Each 16.00 




No. 30-S-31 COMBINATION— No. 
Safety Feeder with No. 31 Emergen^ 
Switch for oil -fired or stoker-fired bd 
ers up to 3000 Sq. Ft. Maximum steal 
pressure 15 pounds. 




No. 30-L-31 COMBINATION— No. 30-1 
Safety Feeder with No. 31 Emergency 
Switch for oil-fired or stoker-fired boilen 
above 3000 sq. ft. Maximum steam p^^l 
sure 25 pounds. I 




No. 30-S SAFETY FEEDER— For hand- 
fired or gas -fired boilers up to 3000 Sq. 
Ft. Maximum steam pressure 15 pounds. 




No. 30-L SAFETY FEEDER— For hand- 
fired or gas -fired boilers above 3000 Sq. 
Ft. Maximum steam pressure 25 pounds. 



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SYLPHON WATER REGULATORS 

For House Heating: Water Boilers and Tank Heating 




This is a simple, accurate thermostatic damper especially rec- 
-imended for automatically controlling the dampers of house 
iting water boilers and hot water supply boilers when the 
:b of the regulator may be screwed directly into the boiler, or 
a pipe fitting in the circulating line. This regulator ef- 
ts substantial savings in fuel, as well as making the service 
lauch more uniform and satisfactory. 

No. 45— Is equipped with a bulb 4 inches long, and therefore Is 
for use only in boilers having a deep water space. The hub is 
threaded 1^^ inch standard pipe size. With standard weight 
and lever, this regulator will control water temperature from 
120 to 220 degrees Fahrenheit. Dimensions: 10 1/2 inches high, 
3^s inches in diameter. Bar, 48 inches long. Each $24.00 

Xo. 45A — Is adaptable to screw into boilers having a thin water 
space, the bulb being only 2 inches long. The hub is threaded 
to 2-ineh standard pipe size. With standard weight and lever 
this regulator will control water temperature from 120 to 220 
degrees Fahrenheit. Dimensions: 9 inches high, 4 inches in 
diameter. Bar, 48 inches long. These regulators can be ex- 
posed to a temporary temperature of 250 degrees Fahrenheit 
Tithout injury. Each $24.00 

No. 45B — Is the same as 45A except It has a temperature range 
of 100 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Each $12.00 



FoL Domestic Water Supply Boilers and Garbage Burners 




\(i. 4tjvv — The construction and operation of this regulator is 
nilar to that of No. 45, but of smaller size and less powerful, 
mg designed for the smaller hot water heating systems. With 
standard weight and lever, No. 46 regulator will control water 
temperature from 130 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, and can be 
temporarily exposed to a temperature as high as 220 degrees 
Mirenheit without injury. Hub of regulator is threaded tor 
standard 1-inch pipe. The length of the bulb is 1 inch. Dim- 
ensions: 8 inches high, 2% inches in diameter. Bar, 40 inch- 
es long. Each $19.20 

These regulators are furnished complete with 8 feet of chain; 
I feet of wire cable; 4 S-hooks; 2 ceiling pulleys; 1 lever bar 
:id 2 adjusting weights. 



CONSOLIDATED POP SAFETY 
VALVES 




These valves are especially designed for house heating boilers 
and conform to A. S. M. E. standards. They can be set at any 
desired pressure up to 30 lbs, and are fitted with a hand release 
lever. Unless otherwise specified, valves are set at 15 pounds 
at the factory, and sealed; no adjustment can be made after 
the valve is sealed. The spring will retain its resiliency in- 
definitely. The valve and seat are non-corrosive and non- 
sticking, and the heavy malleable iron nut on the base permits a 
wrench to be used without damaging any part of the valve. 



GLOBE SUPPLY VALVES 




No. Z Globe — 

This Globe Supply Valve is tested and recommended for work- 
ing pressures up to 100 lbs. It has full right threads on bon- 
net and pipe ends. The fiber discs are encased. Rough body 
with machine finished trimmings. Equipped with malleable 
iron wheel. 

Sizes: Vs, ^A. %, V2, %, 1, 1%, 1^, 2, and 21/2 inches. 



BOILER DRAW-OFF COCKS 



* 



No. E3494— 

These draw -off cocks are sturdily made of solid brass, and 
designed solely for draining boilers. They are operated by 
a key. The discharge is threaded for a % inch hose. Tapped 
for % inch boiler connection. 



HOT WATER AIR VALVES 





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WOOD WHEEL AND KEY VALVES 

These valves are made of best quality steam brass, heavily 
nickel-plated both inside and out. They have hexagon bodies 
and the valves are of the needle type. The wood wheel han- 
dles are of the mushroom type. Key valves have squared screw 
to be opened with a key or slotted for a coin or screw driver. 
These valves are packed two dozen in a box. Two keys are 
furnished with each dozen. Valves are made in % inch size 
only. 



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HOT WATER HEATERS 




TACO 

Jackets For Super Tacos. Tacos may be provided with ja^ 
kets which are of heavy steel and are finished with two coats (K 
baked red enamel with black trimmings. Jackets are thorough' 
ly insulated with Asbestocel. 



The Domestic Taco is a patented Indirect water heater con- 
sisting of a cast-iron shell containing a copper coil. It is 
designed primarily for Installation below the water line of 
steam or vapor heating boilers, but has many other uses. 

The shell is provided with suitable conveniently located tap- 
ped openings to receive the boiler connections. It is split ver- 
tically and provided with a cleanout cover which permit the 
heater to be quickly and thoroughly cleaned without breaking 
any pipe connections. The coil is of copper tubing and is per- 
manently expanded into the shell and tested to 1200 pounds 
pressure, making positive assurance against leakage. Unions 
are provided for the purpose of reducing cost of installation. 

Domestic water is in contact with rustless copper or brass 
only (not iron); this is an important feature. Furnished in 
sizes Nos. 30, 1, 1-A. 2, 2 -A, 3 and 3 -A, suitable for Installation 
with storage tanks of from 20 gallons to 240 gallons capacity. 




Fire Pot Heaters— For use in Round Hot Water Heating Boil- 
ers. Better than a pipe coil. Fits in the fire pot. Interferes 
with fire less, and there are no screwed connections to bum 
out. Fits any make round boiler. Three 1-inch connections on 
back, one on bottom. Made In both Brass and Malleable Iron 




Tacos Nos. 4, 5 & 6 — Designed primarily for use with live 
steam where a constant steam supply Is available. These hea^ 
ers consist of a cast-iron shell containing a series of U-tubes (rf 
copper permanently expanded into a tube plate. Suitable and 
convenient piping connections are provided to permit the in- 
stallation of these heaters under widely varying conditioni, 
some of which are shown herewith. 



The Super Taco is a patented high grade vertical type domes- 
tic water heater made in a wide range of sizes. Hot water flows 
from the heating boiler to the Taco, transmitting Its heat 
through' the copper tubes to the domestic water. It consists of 
a series of copper tubes mounted in a cast-iron shell. Tubes 
are permanently expanded into the tube plates and provision 
is made for each tube to contract and expand with variation 
of water temperature. The shell has a removable clean -out 
cover, permitting ready access to interior of the heater for 
cleaning. , 

The heads are of bronze and may be removed, giving access 
to the tubes and permitting each and every tube to be cleaned | 
internally. This is an exclusive Taco feature which Is of special 
importance in communities having hard -water. Pipe connec- 
tions are of liberal size and conveniently arranged. 

Super Tacos are installed vertically, which assists in the cir- 
culation of the heated domestic water to the hot water storage 
tank and may be installed as indirect heaters, 1. e. wholly below 
the water line, or as semi -direct heaters. In which part of 'he 
heating surface is exposed to steam. 



DOMESTIC TACO WITH BRASS UNIONS 



Without 
Union 
00 



Size 

Capacity, gals. 100° rise 3 hours 

Below water line, coal fire 

Below water line, oil fire 

Below water line, water radiation '. 

Live Steam 

Height, inches g"^ 

Diameter, inches ] ] 514 

Tank conn,, Inches ,\ % 

Boiler conn., innches 1 

Shipping weight, pounds '.[[', 10 



30 



15 
40 



With 

Union 



30 



30 



1-A 



2-A 



3-A 



^1 



15 
40 
8^ 
b% 

% 
1 
10 



30-40 40-60 60-80 80-120 120-160 160-200 200-240 
30-40 40-60 60-80 80-100 100-120 



20 
50 
11 

5^ 
% 
1 
12 



30 
75 
13 

% 
1 
14 



45 
115 

14 
71/2 

1 
1% 
22 



60 
150 
161/^ 
7^ 

1 
1^ 

25 



90 
225 
19 

9 

1 
1% 
50 



120 

300 

21^ 

9 

ly* 

2 
65 



150 

370 

26 

9 

2 
80 



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CLASS AA THRUSH SYSTEM 



HOT WATER HEATING 
THRUSH SYSTEM 

T fv, "^IJ®^^ ^ ^^^^ ?^*^?^ !^ ^^}l\^^ .^°^® Comfort instead of pipes and fittings. Thrush Equipment sells because it serves 
To the home owner who is the ultimate purchaser of Thrush Equipment, the vital point of interest is the increased heal^^^^ 
ness comfort and convenience made possible by Hot Water Heat Thrush-equipped^ Hot Water Kelt is conceded to be the 
bes form of heatmg from the standpoint of flexibility, convenience and fuel efficiency, but Steam^^ttLs sometimes exoeriencl 
^19yltym getting circulation to all the radiators. Assuring accelerated, positive circulation is the one big fS^n of all t^^^^ 
K'toe JoXr"" ''^°'' ^^'' ^ ""^ ^"^ ^^^ ^"""^^ ^™'''' ^° ^^^^ ^'^^*^^ Contractor, to^the Jobbe? SaLm^^^ 

and excessive pressures are Automatically relieved. It repays 
its cost many times in added comfort and convenience. 

Thrush System can be added to an old plant just as well as 
to a new one and can be used on any type of boiler with any 
method of installation. In many cases, the saving in pipe 
and labor over the ordinary type of tank-in-the-attic installa- 
tion will entirely offset the cost of Thrush Equipment. 

Class A Consists of: 

Special Pressure Tank. 

%-inch Differential Pressure Relief Valve. 

Combination Gauge and Thermometer. 

Automatic Damper Regulator. 
No. 0— Up to 350 sq. ft. of radiation. 
No. 1— Up to 700 sq. ft. of radiation. 
No. 2— Up to 1200 sq. ft. of radiation. 
No. 3— Up to 2000 sq. ft. of radiation. 



V*" WATER SUPPLY , 




THRUSH 
AUTOMATIC 
DAMPER 
REGULATOR 

COMBINATION 
GAUGE AND 
THERMOMETER 

This is the finest equipment for positive Circulation ever de- 
vised for a Hot Water Heating Plant — the ultimate achievement 
in automatic control for Hot Water Systems. 

It not only provides automatic damper temperature regula- 
tion, it not only makes a Closed System operating under in- 
creased pressure out of any gravity job, with safe, automatic 
pressure relief, but it also provides automatic filling. Thrush 
Pressure Reducing Valve keeps the system filled with water at 
all times. 

Thrush Class AA System consists of Thrush Automatic Dam- 
per Regulator, Thrush Differential Pressure Relief Valve, 
Thrush Pressure Reducing Valve, Thrush Air Tight Pressure 
Tank, Thrush Damper Equalizers, special Thermometer and 
Gauge with simplified dial for easy reading. 

It costs no more to heat every room in the house in a health- 
ful way with a good heating plant than it does to heat only a 
part of it with a poor one. 
Class AA Consists of: 

Special Pressure Tank. 

%-inch Differential Pressure Relief Valve. 

%-inch No. 12 Pressure Reducing Valve with Built-in 

strainer. 
Combination Gauge and Thermometer. 
Automatic Damper Regulator, 
No. 0— Up to 350 sq. ft. of radiation. 
No. 1— Up to 700 sq. ft. of radiation. 
No. 2— Up to 1200 sq. ft. of radiation. 
No. 3— Up to 1000 sq. ft. of radiation. 



Each $68.00 

Each 71.00 

Each 74.00 

Each 78.00 



CLASS A THRUSH SYSTEM 



WATER SUPPLY 




DAMPER 
EqUAI.I2LR6 



Thrush Class A System performs exactly the same function 
as Class AA System except that it does not provide for auto- 
matic filling of the boiler. Each of the various Thrush devices 
included in Class AA System with the single exception of 
Thrush Pressure Reducing Valve are furnished. The illustration 
above shows the equipment as it appears when installed. No- 
tice the extreme simplicity of the installation. 

Tlirush System will positively make any Hot Water Heating 
plant work better. Temperatures are automatically controlled 



Each $56.00 

Each 59.00 

Each 62.00 

Each 66.00 



CLASS BB THRUSH SYSTEM 




PRESSURE 
REDUCING VALVE 
WITH STRAINER 



While we recommend that a complete Thrush System be In- 
stalled wherever possible, there are cases where the Regulator 
may not be required. 

The advantages of the Thrush Closed System with the water 
under pressure, producing an accelerated circulation, with in- 
creased heat transmission, are so well known that many in- 
stallations, where other forms of regulation are furnished with 
the boiler, are made with Class BB System added. 

Oil, gas and automatic coal fired boilers for instance do not 
require Regulators, but the addition of Thrush Class BB Sys- 
tem will greatly increase the heating efficiency of the job, 
reduce the running time of the burner and save its cost in fuel 
the first- year. 

Class BB System consists of Thrush Air Tight Pressure Tank, 
Thrush Differential Pressure Relief, Thrush Pressure Reduc- 
ing Valve, Special combination Gauge and Thermometer. It 
is automatic filling, keeping the water at the proper level in 
the boiler at all times. 

Class BB Consists of: 

Special Pressure Tank. 

%-inch Differential Pressure Relief Valve. 

%-inch No. 12 Pressure Reducing Valve with Built-in 

Strainer. 
Combination Gauge and Thermometer. 

No. 0— Up to 350 sq. ft. of radiation. Each , .$50.00 

No. 1 — Up to 700 sq. ft. of radiation. Each .... 53.00 

No. 2~Up to 1200 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 56.00 

No. 3— Up to 2000 sq. ft. of radiati on. Each 60.00 



100 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



HOT WATER HEATING 
THRUSH SYSTEM 



CLASS B THRUSH SYSTEM 




This System is designed to fulfill the same purpose as Class 
BB System on oil, gas and automatic coal fired boilers or on 
any type of heating plant that is already equipped with a Reg- 
ulator. It is the same in every respect as Class BB System ex- 
cept that there is no Thrush Pressure Reducing Valve includ- 
ed. 

The use of a Thrush Closed System on an oil or gas burn- 
ing job is specially desirable to get the proper flexibility from 
the heating source. An oil or gas burner instantly produces 
intense heat just as soon as the burner Is turned on and if 
the circulation is sluggish, there is an interval in which much 
of the heat is wasted up the chimney before proper circulation 
can be set up under the ordinary sluggish gravity type. 

When the job Is Thrush equipped, it is working under pres- 
sure and circulation is greatly accelerated. Heat units generat- 
ed by an oil or gas burner flame are quickly transmitted into 
the rooms where they are needed and every radiator heats uni- 
formly. This reduces stack temperatures and» of course, greatly 
reduces fuel consumption. 

Class B Consists of: 

Special Pressure Tank. 

%-inch Differential Pressure Relief Valve. 

Combination Gauge and Thermometer. 

No. 0— Up to 350 sq. ft. of radiation. Each $38.00 

No. 1— Up to 700 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 41.00 

No. 2— Up to 1200 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 44.00 

No. 3— Up to 2000 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 48,00 

CLASS DD THRUSH SYSTEM 




Class DD Consists of: 

Special Pressure Tank. 
%-inch Differential Pressure Relief Valve. 
%-inch No. 12 Pressure Reducing Valve with Built-in 
Strainer. 
No. — Up to 350 sq. ft. of radiation. 
No. 1 — ^Up to 700 sq. ft. of radiation. 
No. 2— Up to 1200 sq. ft. of radiation. 
No. 3— Up to 2000 sq. ft. of radiation. 



Each $46.00 

Each 49.00 

Each , 52.00 

Each 56.00 



CLASS D THRUSH SYSTEM 



Class D Consists of: 

Special Pressure Tank. 

%-inch Differential Relief Valve. 

No. 0— Up to 350 sq. ft. of radiation. Each $34.00 

No. 1 — Up to 700 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 37.00 

No. 2 — Up to 1200 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 40.00 

No. 3— Up to 2000 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 44.00 



See "Liquid Fuel 
Section" for full infor- 
mation on Oil Burning 
Equipment of all kinds. 

Special attention is 
called to the Ridler Fuel 
Saver, Humidifier and 
Air Washers which 
should be used on every 
Heating Plant using Oil 
for Fuel 



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101 



HOT WATER HEATING 



THRUSH SYSTEM 



IMPERIAL SYSTEM 

Tank on Floor 







COHBINATION 
- GAUCt ^ THtRMOMETEQ 




TUBUSM IMPERIAL 
ORCS&URt RELter 
VALVE 



*,/iovcftri.ow 




EQuipment Consists of: 
Special Pressure Tank. 
Imperial Relief Valve. 
Combination Gauge and Thermometer. 
The Thrush Imperial Hot Water Heating System is a Closed 
Pressure system with a special pressure tank LOCATED ON 
THE FLOOR CLOSE TO THE BOILER. 
No. 1-F— Up to 400 sq. ft. of radiation. Weight 56 pounds. 

Each $32.00 

No. 2-r— Up to 800 sq. ft. of radiation. Weight, 66 pounds. 

Each $35.00 

No. 3-F— Up tc 1250 sq. ft. of radiation. Weight 79 pounds. 
Each $39.00 

TYPE CA THRUSH EQUIPMENT 

-AIR TIGHT PRESSURE TANK 



FILLING LINE 




COMBINATION 

GAUGE 4' 

THERMOMETER 



THRUSH 
AUTOMATIC 
DUAL CONTROL 
UNIT 



Equipment consists of: 

Special Pressure Tank. 
Automatic Dual Control Unit. 
Automatic Damper Regulator. 
Combination Gauge and Thermometer. 
This equipment is the nearest approach to a Thrush System. 
It is a fine installation and will give excelent service on the 
majority of jobs. 

With Standard Dual Control 

No. — Up to 350 sq. ft. of radiation. Each $57.00 

No. 1 — Up to 700 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 60.00 

With Master Dual Control 

No. 0— Up to 350 sq. ft. of radiation. Each , . $60.00 

No. 1 — Up to 700 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 63.00 

No. 2— Up to 1200 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 66.00 



TYPE CC THRUSH EQUIPMENT 



IR TIGHT PRESSURE TANK 




FILLING LINE 



THRUSH 
AUTOMATIC 
DUAL CONTROL 
UNfT 



Equipment consists of: 

Special Pressure Tank. 
Automatic Dual Control Unit. 
Combination Gauge and Thermometer. 
CC equipment will give very satisfactory service and recom- 
mend for jobs where both price and performance are impor- 
tant considerations. 

With Standard Dual Control 

No. — ^Up to 350 sq. ft. of radiation. Each .$39.00 

No. 1 — Up to 700 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 42.00 

With Master Dual Control 

No. — Up to 350 sq. ft. of radiation. Each $42.00 

No. 1 — Up to 700 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 45.00 

No. 2 — Up to 1200 sq. ft. of radiation. Each 48.00 



PEEBE 



We can supply you 
I with your Complete Re- 
5 quirements in Plumbing 
I Supplies. 

Write us for full 
information and prices. 

You will find them 
attractive. 



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HOT WATER HEATING SYSTEMS 
THRUSH 



DUAL CONTROL UNIT 



FOR TANKLESS SYSTEMS 




FILLING LINE 



THRUSH 

AUTOMATIC 

DUAL CONTROL 

UNIT 



An automatic unit for maintaining water pressure and sup- 
ply in a tankless Hot Water Heating System. Should he used 
with a Pressure Tank for higher efficiency. Either the Master 
or the Standard Dual Control Unit will handle small jobs In a 
satisfactory manner, and the entire cost is very small. Not 
recommended for large jobs. Tapping ys-inch. 
(NOT A THRUSH SYSTEM) 



DUAL CONTROL UNIT 

"STANDARD" 




Illustration above shows Automatic Dual Control "Jnlt In- 
stalled as a tankless system. It automatically maintains neces- 
sary supply of water in the boiler and automatically relieves 
excessive pressures. While we never recommend it as a real 
heating job, it is a better unit than any simil^.r type on the 
market and may be installed at exceedingly low cost. Where 
competition makes it necessary, you can give your customer a 
tankless job with this equipment — as satisfactory as any tank- 
less Installation can be. 

"Standard" Automatic Dual Cantrol Unit — Each $17.00 

"MASTER" 

A larger unit with large waterways. Made of red brass with 
metal diaphrams. Recommended for jobs where quick filling 
is desirable. 

"Master" Dual Control Unit— Weight, each 8 lbs. Each.. $20.00 



PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE 

NO. 12 




For maintaining proper water supply in the heating plant, 
this automatic Pressure Reducing Valve is a very dependable 
device. It insures the proper amount of water for the heating 
plant without any attention from the house owner. The Pres- 
sure may be adjusted to suit local conditions as may be required 
on the job where it is installed. These Pressure Reducing 
Valves are set at the factory at from 12 to 15 pounds which 
is suitable for one, two and three-story buildings. The work- 
ing parts are made of high quality brass, and the instrument is 
fully guaranteed against defects in workmanship and material 

No. 12— % -inch. Each $12.00 



WATER RELIEF VALVE 




No. 35 — This Is an all brass Water Relief Valve, the same as Is 
used on our Dual Control Unit. It is in demand for cheap 
competitive *Tank" installation. It does not compare to ths 
Thrush Differential Relief Valve as shown on the following page, 
but it is a dependable and well made valve. It Is adjustable 
up to 35 pounds and tapped ^^ Inch iron pipe size. Each. .$7.00 

No. 40 — Another Thrush competitive Relief Valve for even 
cheaper competition. It is constructed with iron body and brass 
working parts, and Is very similar to our No. 35, The valve 
member and all working parts are made of bronze with self- 
cleaning seat. Valve movement Is actuated by metal dia- 
phragms to insure safe, dependable service. It Is adjustable 
up to 35 lbs and tapped ^^-in. iron pipe size. Each $4.50 

No. 45 — This is a dependable Domestic Water Relief Valve that 
Is safe for relieving excess pressures on Hot Water Supply Boil- 
ers, Gas Storage Heaters and Domestic Water Supply Systems. 
The valve members and all working parts are made of bronze 
with self-cleaning seat. Valve movement is actuated by metal 
diaphragms to Insure safe, dependable service. Should be 
placed in cold water line and connected in side ports, as the 
overflow Is out of the bottom port. Tapping % inch. Adjustable 
35 to 100 pounds. Each $4.50 

No. 55 — For certain types of work this Water Relief Valve Is 
especially suitable. It is designed for pressures from 75 lbs. 
to 150 pounds and tapped for %-lnch pipe. The valve mem- 
bers and all working parts are made of bronze with self -clean- 
ing seat. Valve movement is actuated by metal diaphragms to 
insure safe, dependable service. It is designed to be connected 
into any suitable tee opening on the cold water supply line to 
protect heater and tank against excess pressure. As the pres- 
sure range indicates, it is adjustable. E ach $5.50 



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103 



VALVES AND REGULATORS 



DAMPER REGULATOR 



NO. 5 




The operation of this Regulator depends upon the temper- 
ature change of the water circulating through the heating sys- 
tem and not upon pressure. The Thrush Regulator consists 
of six 3 -inch Multiple Disc Thermostats which set in an inner 
shell surrounded by the hot water leaving the boiler. The 
water circulates in a chamber around the inner shell which 
contains the thermostat. The thermostat consists of 6 separate 
units and a defect in one of the units does not destroy the ef- 
ficiency of the remaining units. Therefore, the thermostat is 
never out of commission. For maintaining different water tem- 
peratures, only a simple adjustment of the weights on the 
lever is necessary. The thermostatic units may be examined 
or changed while the boiler is in operation by loosening three 
screws and lifting off the top of the regulator. The head of the 
Regulator is adjustable and may be swung In any direction nec- 
essary to put the regulator rod in direct line with the draft 
damper chain. Each $18.00 



FORCED CIRCULATION SYSTEM 



The Thrush Electric Water Circulator is a 
centrifugal type pump of high efficiency, de- 
signed particularly for circulating water in a 
hot water heating system or in a domestic wa- 
ter supply system. It is entirely self-contained, 
and is shipped as a unit ready to install. The 
motor Is a special type, AC operated. It is 
moisture proof and will not short circuit under 
any climatic conditions. The housing is com- 
pact and rugged and designed for hard service. 
Its operation will not cause radio interference. 
The Circulator has not restricted openings and 
Is so constructed that it needs no mechanical 
or spring-operated valves within the Pump. 
When the system is operated under thermal cir- 
culation and the motor is not running, the 
^vater flows through the by-pass and past the 
impeller with absolute freedom. It is especially 
valuable when used with oil burners, for it gives Instant circu- 
lation when the burner cuts in. It is also highly beneficial when 
used with systems supplying greenhouses, apartments, or other 
Installations having long pipe lines. Furnished in the follow- 
ing sizes: 

No. 15F— li^-in.— Cap. 1000 sq. ft.— 25 gals. Each $ 85.00 

No. 22—2 -in.— Cap. 2500 sq. ft.— 50 gals. Each 95.00 

No. 23—3 -in.— Cap. 5000 sq. ft.— 100 gals. Each 110.00 



DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE RELIEF 
VALVE 

THRUSH 

NO. 4 




The Thrush Hot Water Heating System Is a closed pressure 
system automatically controlled. It is necessary that any closed 
system be equipped with a thoroughly dependable relief valve. 
Thrush Differential Pressure Relief Valves are SAFE beyond 
question, with a proven record of thousands of installations with 
no failures. This valve has a large diaphragm, with a large 
differential which actuates the movement of the free working 
valve member. It has no tight fitting guides, dirt and sediment 
cannot accumulate around the valve seat. Corrosion cannot 
affect Its functioning. It is proof against failure (if properly 
installed) and is unconditionally guaranteed. It Is set to op- 
en at approximately 28 lbs. pressure which is the suitable max- 
imum pressure for one, two and three story buildings. A spec- 
ial limit adjustment is provided up to 35 lbs. to meet the re- 
quirements of higher buildings and yet remain within the 
safe working pressure of cast iron boilers. Furnished on all 
Thrush Systems. 
No. 4— Thrush Differential Relief Valve— Each $16.00 

How It Works 

Valve is Installed vertically, water entering valve at A, filling 
entire chamber B to level above the valve seat, which keeps It 
submerged. At top of water line a slight air cushion is present, 
which maintains a flexible pressure against diaphragm C. 

As pressure is built up against diaphragm C, spring G is com- 
pressed until valve seat K lifts upward off the seat when water 
passes through opening D and completely fills water seat E, 
follows opening P where overflow takes place. 

It will be seen that valve seat K is completely submerged 
at all times, with no possibility of corrosion. The valve member 
has absolute freedom of action always and cannot stick and 
fail to open. 

COMBINATION GAUGE AND 
THERMOMETER 




Combination Gauge and Thermometer — Indicates pressure, al- 
titude and temperature. Furnished with Thrush Systems. 
Each $4.00 



104 JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 

PIPE FURNACES 

SUGGESTIONS FOR INSTALLATION 

The first step to be taken when installing a PIPE FURNACE HEATING PLANT is to figure the capacitj 
of the building which is to be heated. When this has been done you can easily determine the size furnace needd 
by referring to the capacity of the furnace as given in the general specifications. In late years it has becoi 
a popular practice to figure the size furnace needed by grate area instead of cubic capacity. This is done by fiiH 
determining the size warm air supply pipe needed for each room. Then add the areas of all the warm air pip« 
to be used and this will give the total pipe area to be supplied. Then install the furnace having the proper pipi 
area as shown in the furnace specifications. 

Be sure to use a furnace that will be amply large for the job. Our furnaces are properly rated but 'i 
should be borne in mind that the usual basis for this rating is for a temperature of 70 degrees inside when t)K 
outside temperature is zero. In most of our territory a temperature a good deal below zero is usual during a gooi 
part of the winter so that the minimum capacity of any furnace should usually be the guiding factor when detenu- 
ining the size to use. 

PLACING FURNACE 

The next step is to place the furnace properly. The location of the furnace should equalize the length of 
warm air runs as far as possible. You should give preference to pipes supplying the living room, dining room ani 
main halls. A furnace foundation of cement or other incombustible material should be provided. This foundatin 
should extend at least 15 inches to the rear and sides of the furnace casing and not less than 36 inches in front 
of the furnace casing. The foundation should, of course, be level. The base ring of the furnace should be cementei 
to the foundation so as to make an air tight joint. In placing the furnace see that the smoke pipe from the f© 
nace to the chimney is as short and as direct as possible. Also see that the chimney is absolutely air tight wai 
that there are no openings into the flue except that for the furnace. It is recommended that the height of chin, 
ney above the furnace grate be not less than 26 feet. 

REGISTERS AND WARM AIR PIPES 

When determining the position of warm air registers and pipes the following points should be kept in mind 

They should not be located in outside walls, but should be in or near inside walls in all cases. 

The registers should be placed so that the length of the warm air supply pipes will be as nearly equal at 
possible. 

Each warm air pipe should have an upward pitch of not less than 1-inch per foot and the pitch of all warn 
air pipes should be alike. 

All warm air stacks or risers should be carried up inside partitions. In cases where this is impossible the stadi 
or riser should be so thoroughly protected as to be completely insulated. 

Where it is necessary to have an extra long or a winding warm air pipe a separate compartment should bi 
made for it in the bonnet of the furnace so as to insure a sufficient supply of warm air to that pipe. 

When warm air pipes are taken out of the top of the hood, the tops of all elbows should be on a level » 
that an equal current of air can fill all the pipes. 



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105 



PIPE FURNACES 

SUGGESTIONS FOR INSTALLATION 

The following table shows the proper size warm air pipe to be used in heating rooms of various dimensions: 
Table below shows the proper size of furnace pipes (lower number shows size pipe for first floor, upper 
wunber size pipe for second floor) to heat rooms of various dimensions, when two sides are exposed, temperature 
at register 140 degrees, room 70 degrees, outside zero. Rooms 8 to 17 feet in width assumed to be 9 feet high. 
Rooms 18 to 20 feet in width assumed to be 10 feet high. For other heights, temperatures or exposures make a 
raitable allowance. When first-floor pipes are longer than 15 feet, use one size larger than that stated for every 
15 feet 





8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


8 


8 
8 


8 
8 
























9 


8 
8 


8 
8 
























10 


8 
8 


8 
8 


8 
8 






















11 


8 
8 


8 
8 


8 
8 


8 
9 




















12 


8 
8 


8 
8 


8 
9 


8 
9 


8 
9 


















13 


8 
8 


1 


8 
9 


8 
9 


8 
9 


8 
10 
















U 


8 
9 


1 


8 
9 


8 
9 


8 
10 


8 
10 


8 
10 














15 


8 
9 


S 
9 


8 
9 


8 
10 


8 
10 


8 
10 


9 
10 


9 
10 












16 


8 
9 


8 
9 


8 
10 


8 
10 


8 
10 


9 
10 


9 
10 


9 
11 


9 
11 










17 




8 
10 


8 
10 


8 
10 


9 
10 


9 
10 


9 
11 


9 
11 


9 
11 


9 
11 








18 




8 
10 


8 
10 


9 

10 


9 
10 


9 
11 


9 

11 


9 
11 


9 
11 


10 
12 


10 
12 






19 






9 
10 


9 
10 


9 
11 


9 
11 


9 
11 


9 
11 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
12 




20 






9 
10 


9 
11 


9 
11 


9 

11 


9 
11 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
12 


U 
13 


11 
13 


21 








9 
11 


9 
11 


9 
11 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
12 


11 
13 


U 
13 


11 
13 


22 








9 

11 


9 
11 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
13 


11 
13 


11 
13 


11 

13 


23 










10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
12 


10 
13 


10 
13 


11 
13 


11 
13 


11 

13 


24 










10 
12 


10 

12 


10 
12 


10 
13 


10 
13 


10 
13 


11 
13 


11 
13 


11 
13 


25 












10 
12 


10 
13 


10 
13 


10 
13 


10 
13 


U 
13 


11 
13 


12 
14 


26 












10 
13 


10 
13 


10 
13 


10 
13 


11 
13 


11 
13 


12 
14 


12 

14 


27 














10 
13 


10 
13 


11 
13 


11 
13 


12 
14 


12 
14 


12 
14 


28 














10 
13 


11 

13 


11 
13 


11 
13 


12 

14 


12 
14 


12 
14 


29 
















11 
13 


11 
13 


11 
13 


12 
14 


12 
14 


12 

14 


















11 

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11 
13 


12 
14 


12 
14 


12 
14 


12 
14 



COLD AIR SUPPLY 

Always bear in mind that the cold air supply for the furnace should be ample and should be brought to the 
furnace. The total area of all cold air returns should be 10% greater than the total area of all warm air out- 
lets. The boot or shoe which connects the cold air return to the furnace casing should be so placed that the open- 
into the casing does not extend higher than the furnace grate. 

The following table will be of assistance in determing the total area of cold air returns as compared to the 
total area of warm air outlets. 



Diameter 

of Round 

Pipe 

8 ... 

9 . .. 

10 .., 

11 ... 

12 . ., 

13 ... 

14 ... 

15 ... 

le ... 



Area 

of Pipe 
Sq. In. 

. . 50 

. . 64 

. . 78 

. . 95 

..113 

..132 

..154 

..176 

..201 



Diameter 

of Round 

Pipe 

17 .., 

18 ... 

19 ... 

20 ... 

21 ... 

22 . .. 

23 ... 

24 ... 



Area 

of Pipe 
Sq. In. 

..227 

..254 

. . 283 

..314 

..346 

..380 

..416 

. .452 



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FURNACES 

SPECIFICATIONS OF 4900 SERIES 



ASHPIT — A complete unit 14 Inches In height, easily access- 
ible in all parts for the easy removal of ashes. Fitted with 
proper facilities for checking or forcing the fire. 

GRATE BARS — Each heater has four "Perfect" triangular 
revolving grate bars which work in pairs of two. They have 
65 percent air ventilating space for proper draft on the fire. 
Each bar has three solid rib edges so that the bar is constantly 
supported by one rib along its entire length affording great 
strength against the effect of hot coals. Each edge is sharp 
and clinkers are readily crushed without damage to the grate or 
without dropping the fire, so providing easy means of securing 
clean, bright flre. Flat surface of each grate bar should always 
be uppermost in the fire. Correct position can be determined by 
removing the shaker only when in the upright position. 

FIRE POT— Top of the fire pot has a full 1 V2 -inch recess for 
tightly cemented joint with the body. It has a similar cup 
joint connection with the ashpit. Each fire pot has from seven 
to nine ribbed flanges suspended horizontally, thereby increas- 
ing the heating surface of this section of the heater 450 per 
cent. They draw the heat from the fire pot bringing it into 
contact with the air to be warmed, and greatly increase the 
life of the fire pot by preventing overheating. 

BODY — Top of the body has the same full cup joint for con- 
nection with the radiator. Body has from five to seven flanges 
as described with fire pots above. Each flange except two con- 
nects directly over the fire pot flange and forms the lower part 
of an individual direct air channel. Side flanges on flre pot and 
body have a sheet iron curtain which covers the extreme ends 
and makes a complete air channel. Feed door frame has two 
openings for the use of a domestic water coll. Body is unusually 
high and has a double feed door opening for the use of a 
large shovel or the use of large wood chunks. 

STEEL RADIATOR (Optional)— The high steel radiator 
provides more than the usual heating surface for a final Im- 
petus to the air. There are from four to six flanges in the 
central portion of the horseshoe opening which directly meet 
similar flanges of the body and complete the direct air channel. 
Horizontal diaphragm forces the heated gases which arise to 
the rear of the radiator to pass to the front of the radiator 
and down for travel to the rear again in exit to the chimney. 
This extremely long fire travel allows the air to absorb all 
available heat units. Slieet metal parts of radiator have a 
long life because they are made of heavy gauge iron. The 
sheet metal is joined to the cast-iron top and bottom plates 
with a flange joint which is tight in fit and fully closed by fire- 
proof cement. Opening in the front of the radiator which is 
normally closed by a galvanized cap permits thorough cleaning 
of the radiator once or twice each season. 

CAST-IRON RADIATOR (Optional)— The cast-iron radiator 
Is made in one piece and therefore is absolutely tight. This 
is a very unusual accomplishment when you consider that 90 
per cent of the cast-Iron radiators are in two pieces. It will 
last a lifetime, whereas the difference in expansion and the 
breaking down of a cemented joint of a two-piece radiator 
means replacement within a few years. 



CASINGS — Casings surround each heater to provide room 
for circulation of air which is heated by castings and passes 
through the separate pipes to each room. They are construct* 
ed of 26 gauge galvanized iron with the exception of the largest 
size which requires the strength of 24 gauge iron. The central 
part of the cases has a lining of corrugated 30 gauge bright 
tin. This lining makes an insulated surface to reflect heat from 
the major parts of the heater. 

FUEL TEST — During a test which was conducted over a peri- 
od of 210 days the "Perfect" Positive Heater supplied a specific 
volume of warm air at a temperature of 140 degrees Fahreih 
heit with a velocity of 240 feet per minute at a first fiooi 
register. In that time it burned 8.37 tons of anthracite 
Two other average heaters in the same test burned 10% ton; 
and 12.58 tons with the same result. This test, which is a nmt- 
ter of record, demonstrates that a 4900 Series "Perfect" Posi- 
tive Heater will do the same work as an average heater withj 
equal capacity, but with a saving of from two to four tons of 
coal per season. 

OTHER FUELS— "Perfect" Positive Heaters will give satis- 
factory service when soft coal, oil, gas or wood are used ai 
fuels. The fuel to be used should be stated in the order— m 
there are special attachments to obtain the best results when 
fuels other than anthracite are used. 

HEATING TUBES — Continuous flanged construction of flit 
chamber, combustion chamber and radiator with inner shell 
produces heating tube 42 inches long and provides 43 to 5i 
square feet radiating surface to each square foot of grate. 
Construction secures a high efficiency in heating and provides 
rapid and powerful flow of air through all pipes delivered where 
needed. 

CLEAN OUT DOOR— One above feed door for radiator. 

WATER PAN— All "Perfect" Positive Heaters are provided 
with heavy cast-Iron water pan which supplies the proper mois- 
ture content to the heated air. The pan should be kept full. 

AUTOMATIC HUMIDIFIER— Standard equipment on every 
heater. The water is fed automatically and the proper degree 
of humidity is assured at all times. 

PANEL FRONT— "Perfect" Positive Heaters are attractive in 
appearance. The front is a solid panel of correct dimenslom 
and heavy enough to do the work. It is a high grade heater 
and looks it, 

MATERIALS— All materials the best obtainable for the pur- 
pose. No expense avoided to make the "Perfect" Positive the 
best warm air heater obtainable. 

CONSTRUCTION— Heavy and substantial throughout. The 
"Perfect" Positive has hundreds of pounds of heat-radiating 
iron in excess of the amount used in the usual warm air type. 
All joints well made and tight fitting. 

GAS AND DUST-PROOF— "Perfect" Positive construction 
uses but three joints; properly cemented the heater is gas and 
dust-proof. 

STANDARD EQUIPMENT— Poker, shaker bar. 



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WARM AIR HEATERS 

^'PERFECT" 4900 SERIES 



Especially constructed for heavy duty work 
such as in schools and churches, and particular- 
ly designed for fan system of heating. 

Richardson Perfect Positive Air-Circulating 
Heater— With One -Piece Cast Iron Radiator. 
Note the heavy substantial construction and the 
few joints — there are but three. Most warm 
air heaters have many. 

The Perfect positive is made in sizes rang- 
ing from 21 inch firepot to 33 inch flrepot allow- 
ing for use in large buildings. 

CUP JOINT — Has heavy cup joints. There 
are but three fire joints in the heater. Pro- 
perly cemented, these are absolutely dust-proof. 




HUMIDIFIER— Automatic Humidifier— Reg- 
ular equipment with the Perfect Positive. 




GRATE BAR — Triangular Revolving Grate 
Bar, with solid rib edges, the bar being con- 
stantly supported by one solid edge to prevent 
warping. Each edge is sharp and easily cuts 
and frees the fire from clinkers. 






Dlam. 








Height 




Heat 


Shipping 










of 


Grate 


Diam. 


Diam. 


Panel 


Size 


Pipe 


Wt., 




Price 


^^^ w 




Firepot 


Area 


Radiator 


Casing 


Front 


Small 


Cap., 


less 


B.T.U. 


Less 


For 'w 


No, 


In. 


sq. in. 


ins. 


in. 


In. 


pipe 


SQ. in. 


casing 


cap. 


Casing 


Casing ^ ' 


4901 


21 


283.53 


35 


40 


55^ 


8 


596 


1365 


187.228 


$194.00 


$23.00 . : 


4902 


24 


346.36 


39 


47 


56% 


9 


740 


1625 


250,905 


285.00 


25.00 


4904 


26 


415.48 


43% 


53 


57% 


9 


863 


1955 


293,425 


369.00 


30.00 "I; 


4906 


29 


572.56 


48 


58 


59% 


10 


1033 


2240 


378,258 


481.00 


40.00 


490g 


33 


804.25 


54 


64 


62 


10 


1340 


2865 


402,969 


669.00 


50.00 f 



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FURNACES 

r, , . ^ . PERFECT 

^- . rerrect Heaters represent not only almost a century ol practical heater manufacturlne exuerlenoe but also show in tl 

inc. CI J?ni ^^t^; ^^^*' *^^*^ Perfect Heaters are technically correct in design, such as in proportions of combustion snace h( 
n^Ji tTt^^i/r^ ''^^^'* P^^s^F^S; a^^f^ *?e proportions of the various parts. It means, second, that theV are a^^ 
in all the details of mechanical construction, and made of the best materials nigniy miprc 

Because of the^ scientifically correct design in Perfect Heaters, every "pound of coal renders maxlmtim hpafin*r .^rx 





p , , „ PERFECT HEATER, With Cast Radiator 

•re gua%nteed bv Uie*''mS^^L?f,JS* ^^ ^^'^^ by efficient methods, under the supervision ol heater specialists. Tl 
Mtlstoctoi? strvlM. manufacturer, the Richardson & Boynton Company, as to ratings and will give thoroughly efficient i 

able b^1n?M °In a?dlUon*to*?hf,TS^'„fi!S*^*''''?® Hi '^£ ^2." °^ '*'^"" '»«'a'^«" *° '""^er the development of substantial, pro 
and su?^ for ?he heato« ci^ctS!^ ^ ^ Company's representatives Is provided to assure satisfied custom 

Nnmhm Dimensions and Capacities 

Plre,;j,rinche.s 13«B2 140B2 144B2 148B2 152B2 156B2 160B 

oLle^'X'irsquLeTeer '"'"^'^ : i i : i : ! : i ! ! ." i ! i i .' ! ! i i ! ! ! 307 369 41^2 54*6 6« 7'5'o 89^ 

Diameter of outer casing, inches ':::::::::::: sVa 39W «% 47^4 ^^iy .f^u R^i"* 

^1f^rTpen[S^"l'°*"^*°"°''"""^*-''^'=*'"^'' •■•■■■- "^ «% ^M t2^ mS ^^^ III 

wi^[hat'i;5,'iU"'in?hes-:::::::::::: \l^ \l^ H^ 'l^ \ll \ll m 

shipping^'wefghtwuh'casing.-iiisv:::::::::::::;;;:::::::; 8^5''2 l^i ms \l^% iLI \'nt% Hi 

Diameter of Radiator, Inches 274 27% \]v «v In J III? 5nl 

Smoke outlet, inches g" ^V* ^V^ 35% 40% 43% 49?( 

Ashpit Opening- * ^ ^ ^ 9 » 9 

S'Ls^"-''-'--:::-:---:-^ i« I i- "' "" S5 S 

sxroSfs'"':^-"-;:;;;::;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;:;:;;;:;;;; -a S « S S « il 



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FURNACES 
PERFECT 




TWO-PIECE FIREPOT 

Heavy, durable castings without any 
reak points; deep wide cup joints and 
ilmost vertical sides to the firepot. 




The casing **slips on" into position, no 

nuts to both; just tighten the bolts and 

the casing is securely fastened. 
PATENTED CASING CONNECTION 




ONE-PIECE CAST RADIATOE 

Seamless, therefore permanently gas- 
tight and smoke-proof. Note direct, con- 
nected cleanout with hinged door. We 
recommend this radiator for all fuels. 




ONE-PIECE DOME AND FBAHELESS 
FEED DOOR 

Fuel passage extends through heater 
front, door closing flush against it. Note 
swinging smoke curtain, upward slope to 
combustion dome and hot blast opening. 





CHOICE OF TWO SPLENDID GRATES 

DEEP, ROOMY ASHPIT, WITH 

FRAMELESS DOOR 

Regularly supplied with Duplex Basket grates 
(See cut at right) though heavy boiler-type 
grates may be secured on special order with- 
out extra cost. (Furnaces equipped with boil- 
er-type grates must be ordered specially from 
the factory which means a delay of 2 to 3 
weeks). Waist high shaker is standard equip- 
ment with either style grate. Dished bottom 
to hold water. Dust-proof, frameless ash-pit 
door. The bottom, including ash pit is cast in 
one piece. 




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FURNACES 
PERFECT 



The New Perfect Furnace is so designe 
and constructed as to be SECOND T( 
NONE on the market. All of the ver. 
latest features are incorporated in in 
design and it is unusually heavy through- 
out. All castings are made of the FAM- 
OUS RICHARDSON HOMELITE IROK 
and backed by 96 years of experience anc 
continuous manufacture of heating ap- 
paratus. 

The outstanding Quality of these heat- 
ers (as noted below along with the large 
range of sizes combined with the excel- 
lent Engineering and sales service avail- 
able make it an enviable line for anr 
dealer to handle who is desirous of mak- 
ing a profit. Note the following feaiure^ 

1 Dipped ashpit base allowing I 
sprinkling of ashes; eliminates dus: 
in the basement. 

2. Deep ashpit allows easy removal Oi 
ashes. 

3. Duplex Grate with waist line lever 
shaker handle and dump center 
allows firepot surfaces to be clear 
of ashes, providing more radiation 
of heat thru firepot which is the 
best heating surface on the furnace 
This also allows for more even dis- 
tribution of heat all around the 
furnace. The dump center grat« 
allow removal of clinkers easilv 

from fire. 

4. Unusually heavy Arepots, with large 
cup joints, tapered properly assur- 
ing long service and allowing for 
proper expansion and contraction. 

5. One piece body of very heavy con- 
struction designed to conform wit 
the travel of the flames. Openin 
from body to radiator is half thr 
diameter of the firepot, providing 
proper area for burning of soft 
coals. Body is so designed that 
furnace can be converted into a 
smokeless furnace by simply install- 
ing a cast flue over the regular fur- 
nace. 

Radiator constructed of one piece with clean out extension through panel front and cast smoke collar extension through 
ca^mg. Radiator can be turned around to suit smoke pipe connection to chimney. Radiator design is such that air rubs 
against the heated casting surfaces providing heat by friction as well a^ by convection. Radiators are regularly furnished 
with two way fire travel, but can also be provided with one way fire travel for oil burning or hard coal on special request 
(shipped from factory.) 

7. Ashpit and body pouches both extend through the panel front and have the doors ground and fitted, el iminates any 

possibility of smoke or ashes leaking into air chamber. ' ' 

8. Feed doors all have a special heavy cast lining with air snout extending into feed pouch providing heated oxygen which 
ignites the gases as they come from the coal within the combustion chamber and cause them to burn in the furnace In 
place of going out of the chimney in the form of smoke. 

9. Casings are all twice the diameter of the firepots. » 

10. The Panel Fronts are purposely constructed narrow in order to eliminate radiation of heat into basement, and entire front 
is painted with a heat resisting aluminum paint. 




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SYPHON SYSTEMS 




The Syphon System is one of the oldest principles of Warm Air Heating. The 
Warm air is delivered directly above the furnace through a single warm-air register 
while the cold air can be piped from the living rooms directly to the base of the fur- 
nace. This system can be furnished in all size furnaces. Equipment includes double 
lined casings, warm-air pipe and warm -air register. Cold-air fittings are not included 
with this equipment but can be furnished at market price. 



NOTE — In a great many 
air, saving the cost of pipe. 



cases, it is possible to seal the joist spaces for cold 



WARM AIR SUPPLY 

Prices of Warm Air Equipment including special casing hood, enough warm air extension pipe to handle an 8 foot base- 
ment (minimum height, 6 feet 6 inches), register box and black Japan cast iron register— Cost of cold-air material must be 
adde (see below) . 
Size Furnace, inches 18 20 32 24 26 28 30 

Register size, inches 18x24 20x24 24x24 24x28 28x30 30x30 30x36 

Warm air pipe size, inches 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 

Add to price of pipe furnace (complete with casing) $25.00 $27.00 $32.00 $40.00 $50.00 $60.00 $70.00 



COLD AIR SUPPLY 

It is impossible to give an arbitrary figure covering the Cold Air Supply material necessary in every case as this varies ac- 
cording to the conditions governing each installation. The following items are necessary on every job, however: 



18-inch Furnace 

12 ft. 14 -inch 26 gauge Galv'd Pipe 

@ $0.63 ft. 

2—14x20 Wood Faces @ $1.94 ea. 

2-14-in. Cold Air Head @ 1.66 ea. 

2-14-in. Cut 108 Cold Air 

Shoes @ 4.85 ea. 



20-inch Furnace 

12 ft. 16-in. 26 ga. Galv'd. Pipe 

@ 

2 — 14x30 Wood Faces @ . 
2— 16-in. Cold Air Heads @ 
2— 16-in. Cut 108 Cold Air 

Shoes @ 5.30 ea. 



$0.72 ft. 

$2.92 ea. 

1.80 ea. 



22-inch Furnace 

12 ft. 18-in. 26 ga. Galv'd Pipe 



2 — 16x30 Wood Faces @ . 
2— 18-in. Cold Air Heads @ 
2— 18-in. Cut 108 Cold Air 
Shoes @ 



.$0.90 ft. 
.$3.34 ea. 
. 1.96 ea. 

. 6.15 ea. 



24 -inch Furnace 

12 ft. 20-in. 26 ga. Galv'd Pipe @ $1.08 ft. 

2-18x30 Wood Faces @ $3.75 ea. 

2~20-inch Cold Air Heads @ 2.26 ea. 

2— 20-inch Cut 108 Cold Air Shoes @ 7.00 ea. 



12 ft. 22-inch 26 gauge Galv'd Pipe @ $1.35 ft. 

2—24x30 Wood Faces @ $5.00 ea. 

2— 22-inch Cold Air Heads @ 2.56 ea. 

2— 22-inch Cut 108 Cold Air Shoes @ 8,00 ea. 



26 -inch Furnace 

12 ft. 20 -inch 26 gauge galvanized pipe 

@ $1.10 ft. 

2—16x30 BJ Steel faces @ ... 10.50 ea. 
2— 20-in. Cold Air Heads @ ... 2.35 ea. 
2— 20-in. Cut 108 C. A. Shoes @ 7.00 ea. 



28 -inch Furnace 

12 ft. 22 -inch 26 ga. Galvanized pipe 

@ $1.35 ft. 

2 — 18x30 BJ Steel Faces @ . . . 10.75 ea. 
2— 22 -in. Cold Air Heads @ . . . 2.56 ea. 
2— 20-in. Cut 108 C. A. Shoes @ 8.00 ea. 



30 -inch Furnace 

12 ft. 24 inch 26 ga. Galvanized Pipe 

@ ..$1.60 ft. 

2—18x36 BJ Steel Faces @ , . . 14.25 ea. 
2— 24-in. Cold Air Heads @ , . . 2.86 ea. 
2— 24-in. Cut 108 C. A. Shoes @ 9.00 ea. 



(All above less usual discounts) 

In addition to the above materials enough galvanized pipe and the necessary elbows and angles are required to connect the 
Cold Air Registers with the Cold Air Pipe. In a great many cases, it is possible to seal the joist spaces with galvanized iron, 
saving the cost of pipe. When figuring round pipe and elbows the following sizes should be used for each of the various furnaces. 



18 -inch Furnace — 14-inch Pipe. 
20 -inch Furnace — 16 -inch Pipe. 
22 -inch Furnace — 18-lnch Pipe. 



24 -inch Furnace — 20-inch Pipe, 
26-inch Furnace — 20 -inch Pipe. 
28 -inch Furnace — 22 -inch Pipe, 
30-inch Furnace — 24-inch Pipe. 



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DOUBLE SIDE-WALL COMBINATIONS 




When conditions make it necessary to place the furnace directly underneath a 
partition, the double side-wall combination can be used to good advantage. With 
this combination register, the warm air enters both rooms in equal volume through 
the wall registers. Volume of heat on either side of house may be controlled by 
damper. The cold air registers are located on the floor below th warm-air registers 
and operate in the same manner as when the ordinary register is used. This special 
combination register can be used with any size furnace and has proven a wonderful 
success wherever used. 

Oxidized Copper Registers furnished as regular equipment. 

SIZE OF PARTS OF DOUBLE SIDE WALL COMBINATION 

18-inch Furnaces 

Square Ext. 27x34 inches; Round Ext. 17V. inches; Cold air plates 9x27 inches 
each; Hot air Register opening 11 1/2x25 inches on each side. 

20-inch Furnaces 

Square Ext. 27x34 inches; Round Ext. 20 inches; Cold air plates same as 840 
and 1718; Hot air register same as 8-40 and 1718. 

22 -inch Furnaces 

Square Ext. 27x34 inches; Round Ext. 22 inches; Cold air plates same as 18 
or 20 inch furnaces. 



24 -inch Furnaces 

Square Ext. 34il>x40V2 inches; Round Ext. 23V2 inch; Cold air plates 14x34 
inches each; Hot air register opening lli/^x31 inches on each side. 

For Double Side Wall Equipment, add to regular price of Pipeless Furnace the 
following. 

For 18, 20, 22 and 24-inch sizes, add $50 00 

For 28-inch size, add .,. . 60 00 



HEAT DISTRIBUTORS 




Single Heat Distributor Double Heat Distributor with 

Dividing Partition 

Smce the pipeless furnace was invented, the conducting of warm air to isolated rooms from the furnace proper hast been a 
great problem. 

For ten years Homer engineers have been working on this problem. The very latest achievement in an apparatus which 
successfully conducts a portion of the heat from the pipeless furnace to the bath room, den or other unusually isolated room, or 
room where an unusual amount of heat is desired, as required. 

The Homer Heat Robber rests in a fixed position on the top section or radiator of the furnace. Unlike other apparatus 
of this general character, a damper is arranged in the Homer Heat Robber so that in case too much heat is delivered through 
the pipe the central damper may be turned to allow any excess heat to pass directly up through the main register. 

Heat Distributor for 18 inch— Each f *?^*0 llOOO* 

Heat Distributor for 20 inch—Each [[[ * gOO 11 00 

Heat Distributor for 22 inch — Each 10 00 12 00 

Heat Distributor for 24 inch — Each [.[[[.[]]./.[[].[] 12 00 14 00 

Heat Distributor for 28 inch— (All cast iron)— Each ,/...[...[.[ .[.[[[][][[[" \ 22 00 26 00 



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PIPELESS HEATER 
THE NEW IDEA 

New Idea Pipeless Heaters, originally Introduced In 1916. are giving splendid satisfaction in thousands of homes, stores 
churches and other buildings. 

Their design has been improved from time to time until their present construction with triple casings and all the dis- 
tinctive features of Perfect Pipe Furnaces is highly scientific in design and at the same time extremely simple and practical in 
operation. 

New Idea Pipeless Heaters are far superior to so-called cabinet heaters and other "stoves" which take up valuable space 
tn the living rooms and distribute dirt, dust and ashes thru the house. The proper location for a modem heating plant is m 
the cellar or basement. New Idea Pipeless Heaters are so located and provide an up-to-date central heating plant, emclent 
and economical , simple in Installation, easy in operation and priced within the reach of all. 




Cutaway View of Pipless Heater — Showing Circulation of Air. 
CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS 





Diam. 


Dlam. 


















of 


of 


Height 


Feed 


Size of 


Size of 




Ship, 






Plre- 


Cas- 


of 


Door 


Pace 


Smoke 


Estimated 


ping 






pot 


ings 


Casings 


Openings 


Plate 


Collar 


Capacity 


Wgts. 


Price 




Ins. 


Ins. 


Ins. 


Ins. 


Ins. 


Ins. 


Cu. Pt. 


Lbs 


Each 


No. 136BI 


18 


38 


62H to96 


10 XI2H 


24x24 


8 


5 to 9000 


875 


$136.00 


N«. UOBl 


20 


42 


64 to 96 


10 zll 


28x28 


8 


9 to 12000 


1025 


157.00 


No. I44B1 


22 


47 


65^ to 96 


11 xlS% 


30x30 


8 


12 to 18000 


1225 


198.50 


No. 148B1 


24 


52 


69 to 96 


imxi4% 


34x34 


9 


18 to 25000 


1400 


228.00 


No. 152B1 


26 


&6 


70Hto96 


12%xl4% 


36x36 


9 


2d to 35000 


1850 


260.00 


No. 158BI 


28 


62 


73% to 96 


12%xl4H 


40x40 


9 


35 to 45000 


2100 


288.00 



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PIPELESS 

OPERATION 

Quickly and Easily Installed. 

A PIPELESS FURNACE has no network of pipes, no 
bulky cold air returns j your walls are not torn up for 
$tack, nor your floors mutilated for numerous registers. 
Ko complicated masonary or carpenter work is necessary 
A Pipeless Furnace can be installed complete in little 
over a half a day. 

No cellar is too small. The triple casing perfectly in- 
sulates the heat so that the basement is always cool, 
and vegetables and fruit may be safely stored close to 
the furnace. As a matter of fact, the outer galvanized 
casiirg is nearly always cold to the touch, even with the 
hottest fire in the furnace, proving the perfect insulation 
and conservation of heat. 

Suitable for Homes, Churches and Stores. 

A PIPELESS FURNACE is the most economical meth- 
od of heating the average house, church, or store. It is 
economy to install a PIPELESS FURNACE to heat a 
four room cottage, and there are houses with as high as 
eighteen rooms beings effectively heated and ventilated 
with a PIPELESS FURNACE. 

For heating stores the PIPELESS FURNACE is ideal. 
With the register placed near the middle of the room the 
entire store, both front and back, is heated effectively. 
The temperature near the front plate glass windows is 
practically uniform with that near the register. Custo- 
mers entering the store on a bitter day find immediate 
comfort in standing over the register for a moment. 

A PIPELESS FURNACE heats the entire house, both 
upstairs and down, through one large register. This 
register is placed in the floor of one of the downstairs 
rooms, directly over the furnace. The warm air comes 
up through the inner center circle. The cold air goes 
down through the outer square. 



FURNACES 




Through the center of this register the heated air 
rises from the furnace and quickly flows to all parts of 
the house — nature's own method of distributing heat. 
After the air has given up its heat, it falls to the floor 
and travels back to the furnace ,through the outer square 
part of the register*. Thus a PIPELESS FURNACE, in 
addition to providing ample heat, also provides circula- 
tion, changing the air in each room about every six min- 
utes and purifying it. A free, unrestricted circulation, 
just as the sun heats the earth. 

The temperatures in the various rooms are practically 
uniform, the upstairs sleeping rooms not being quite as 
warm as the downstairs, which is conducive to irood 
health. 



INSTALLATION 

When installing a PIPELESS FURNACE the first 
things to be determined is the position of the register. 
This should be placed with the following points in mind: 

First: It should be as near the center of the building 
as possible. 

Second: It should be so placed that the smoke pipe 
from the furnace to the chimney will be as short and 
direct as possible. 

After the^ position of the register has been determined 
cut a hole in the floor about %-inch of an inch larger 
than the register flange. Then place a tack at each 
corner of the register and draw a string from the diag- 
onal corners; where these cords intersect will be the true 
center. Then drop a plumb bob from the center of the 
register into the basement to a point a few inches from 
the floor. This will enable you to place and set up the 
furnace directly under the register so that the connec- 
tions from the furnace to the register may be made 
with the least possible trouble. 

Then proceed with setting up the furnace in accord- 
ance with the instructions furnished with it. These 
directions will vary slightly depending on whether the 
furnace is of Cast or Steel construction. 

After the furnace body has been set up and before 
the casing has been put in position it is a very good 
plan to plug up all openings in the radiator and build 
a light fire of paper. When the doors are shut you can 
watch for spurts of smoke which will indicate that 
cementing of the joints has not been properly done. 
This will often prevent the necessity of tearing down 
the casing after the furnace has been installed because 
of faulty cementing of the joints and is specially to be 
recommended when the installation is done by someone 
who is not a thoroughly seasoned furnace man. 

After the installation has been completed make sure 
that there are no leaks at the base of the furnace by 
cementing around the base casting on the floor so that 
no cold air will be taken into the furnace from the 
basement. 

When placing the regulator plate it should first be 
fastened to the wall and then holes bored directly below 
it through the floor. Cut the chains and draw through 
floor to basement and fasten ends of the two chains to 
the ash pit draft and the check draft, arranging pulleys 
so that the draft will work easily from above. 

After the entire installation has been made it is well 
to start a light fire which should burn for a short while 
in order to burn the newness off the castings. 

The following points should be kept in mind in hand- 
ling the furnace after it has been installed. Never 
build an intensely hot fire immediately after the furnace 
has been installed. Especially when the castings have 
been very cold. Extremely hot fire causes the cemenf- 
to dry too quickly and results in a leaky job. When 
building a fire it is advisable to open the draft and the 
ash door and close the check draft on the smoke pipe. 
The best results are obtained when the grate is covered 
with ashes to a depth of two or three inches. The opera- 
tion of a furnace is very simple; when higher tempera- 
ture is wanted simply open the ash door draft and close 
the check draft. 



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ARMSTRONG FURNACES 
PIPE STYLE 

The Armstronff is m. Quality Furnace — Correctly Designed and Honestly Built. 

The Armstrong Guaranteed Furnace is a quality job — and it looks the part. Simple in design^ — clean- 
cut, generously proportioned, ruggedly well built — ^the general appearance of the Armstrong instantly appeals to 
the heating engineer. And a careful check-up of every part from shaker to smoke outlet drives home the impres- 
sion that here is a heating plant of honest construction throughout, a high-grade furnace in every sense of the word, 
built right for true heating efficiency and years of long hard service. 

A Quick Action Heating Plant. Easy to Install — Easy to Operate — Very Economical. 

We sincerely believe that Armstrong represents the very highest development in the warm-air heating 
industry as some of its features are being extensively copied by old established manufacturers. By that we do not 
mean that it offers any startling innovations. On the contrary, it is a furnace of conservative design, built strictly 
in accordance with the most modern ideas of scientifically correct heating and ventilation. It has no "trick" fea- 
tures — no half-tested ideas worked out as possible "talking points." Above all things the Armstrong is a 
practial furnace — easy to install — easy to operate — extremely economical of fuel — and absolutely dependable for 
thoroughly satisfactory heating results under any and all conditions. When the call comes for heat in a hurry in 
the chilly days of Spring or Fall the Armstrong proves its outstanding superiority as a quick-action heating plant 
Likewise, during solid weeks of bitter cold winter weather, the Armstrong can be depended upon to do the job and 
deliver an ample volume of pure, fresh, perfectly humidified warm air 24 hours a day if need be. without undue 
forcmg and at bedrock cost for fuel. • 

PIPE FURNACE SPECIFICATIONS 



Furnace Nos. 

Diameter drum, inches 

Diameter of grate, inches . . 

Diameter of smoke pipe, inches 

ieight of furnace, inches 

Diameter of casing, inches 

ipprox. shipping weight, furnace only, lbs 

ipprox. shipping weight complete with casings, lbs. 

::apacity in square inches of pipe area 

Complete with Casing, etch 

'^mace less Casing, each 



530 


534 


30 


34 


27 


31 


9 


9 


56 


56 


55 


61 


1306 


1410 


1477 


1593 


947 


1168 


$295.50 


$353.00 


256.80 


307.00 



PIPELESS 

So much has been said for and against the so-called pipeless furnace that the public has become confused While an 
ndividual pipe system is necessary in some installations, types of homes have materially changed in recent years and many 
mall, compact homes with large unobstructed openings are well adapted to the use of the pipeless furnace Also divided store 
ooms, lodge rooms, churches, etc.— in short, in any building where the cold air has unobstructed flow to the duplex register and 
he warm air can circulate freely and naturally, the pipeless can be used with economy. 

Pipeless Furnace Specifications 



'urnace No. j26 

)lameter drum, inches 26 

Mameter of grate, inches .V. ................ ,.,.[.[ 22 

)iameter of smoke pipe, inches ............/.../..... 9 

)iameter inner casing, inches 46 

Mameter outer casing, inches ....[[[[[.[[...[...[.[[...[[ 54 

llze of duplex register, inches .......................[[,.... 36x36 

leating capacity in cubic feet .... to 

.. , . . ^^ , ^ 130O0 

Ihippmg weight, complete 15Qg 

k)mplete with casing ..............,,...,./...[. $321.20 



134 

34 

30 

9 

54 

62 
45x45 
35000 

to 

45000 

2234 

$477.00 



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ARMSTRONG FURNACES 




r-r-ii. - '-Ti 1 i-»,V„.-i -TT, "T •|-r.rT-i'-Ti' 



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ARMSTRONG FURNACES 

PIPE STYLE 

1-2. — Heavy Double Casing — easily set up by one 
man. Of extra large diameter that protects the heater 
and provides for a great volume of comfortable, balmy 
warm air. Has metal insulated lining with 1" air space 
and will not overheat basement. 



3. — Radiator extra large — of Armco Iron — providing 
long fire travel in contact with very best radiating sur- 
faces. Absolutely gas and smoke tigbt. 



4. — Positive Damper Control — makes it easy to start 
quick fire with direct draft — easily reversed to indirect 
draft. Control rod comes through cast front — cannot 
be overlooked by operator. 



5.^ — Cast Baffle Plates in radiator arranged to provide 
longest and most natural fire travel thru extra large one- 
piece smoke collar that is flanged on inside as well as 
outside of shell and has a gas-tight gasket sleeve connec- 
tion with radiator. This extra fire travel spells heat and 
economy. 

6. — Clean out is large — making it «asy to reach all 
inner surfaces — and has self-closing binged cover. Made 
in one piece. 



7, — Radiator is supported by adjustable wrought brac- 
ket that keeps it always straight and relieves weight 
on collar connection. 



8. — Heavy non-breakable One-Piece Base Ring — easy 
to level. Has strong cross brace that bolts to shell — and 
deep flange to support casing. It is shipped well crated. 



9. — Heavy Pressed Head- 
flames. 



correctly dished to deflect 



10.— "Copper-Bearing Fire-box Plate" shell 3/1^'' 
thick — sealed light with %" cold-driven rivets on 1%" 
centers and seams thoroly welded. Built proper height 
allow good elevation of warm air pipes. 



11.. — Large Cast Water Pan — properly located — easy 
to fill — hard to overlook. Held securely in place by two 
substantial lugs. (Provided with automatic float when 
desired — at small extra cost.) 



12. — Substantial Cast Front- 
tractive in design. 



easy to keep clean — at- 



13. — Large Feed Door — 13"xl3" — ^provided with good 
smoke curtain and hot blast smoke carburetor working 
in unison with draft door. This is a real selling feature 
furnished as regular equipment and greatly reduces coal 
bills. 

14.^ — One Piece Cast Feed Pouch — and heavy cleats 
to clamp upper row of brick. 

15. — Highest-test Fire Brick Lining. Will radiate and 
hold heat better and longer than heavy castings. Easily 
replaced at small expense without disturbing casing or 
furnace. Extra high brick in back protect drum, smoke 
collar flange and increase radiating capacity. 

16.. — Heavy Grate Bars — with ample air spaces for var- 
ious grades of coal. Easy to seat or remove; have 
very few parts ; are operated by strong upright lever that 
easily shakes or dumps. No ashes, dirt or smoke in the 

face of the operator or in living rooms. When lever is 
in natural position the grate bars are level. 

17. — Large Ash Pit — deep clearance — smooth bottom 
— no step-ups, or rivet heads to interfere with removal 
of ashes. Has large tight-fitting door with non-bum 
handle. 



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NORTHLAND 
STEEL FURNACES 




The Northland Boiler Plate Heavy Duty Steel Furnace (Regularly built 57 inches highf but can be made any height from 4 
to 1:2 feet.) Can be furnished with Pipeless Casings when desired write for prices on pipeless outfits complete. See detailed 
specifications below: 



SPECIFICATIONS OF PIPE FURNACES AND CASINGS 



Number of heater 24-46 27-50 

Maximum heating capacity in leaded pipe area 5.30 660 

Diameter of combustion chamber in inches 24% 27 

Standard height of furnace in inches 57 57 

Diameter of grate in inches 19% 23 

Area of grate In square Inches 306 415 

Size of smoke pipe in inches 9 9 

Height of indirect radiator in inches 36 36 

Diameter of casing in inches 46 50 

Height of casing complete in inches 70 

Width of upper casing in inches 24 

Width of lower casing in inches — 30 

Weight complete, pounds 1085 1140 

Length of casing sheets in inches 126% 138% 



30-52 33-55 36-59 36-63 



Each, (No casing) $143.00 $162.00 

Each. (With casing) 163.00 184.00 



734 

29 

57 
24% 

481 
9 

36 

52 

70 

24 

30 
1195 

145 y* 
$186.00"^ 

210.00 



927 
33 
57 
29 
660 
10 
36 
55 



1300 

i54y4 



1057 

36% 
57 

30% 
731 
10 
36 
59 
70 
24 
30 

1515 
167y4 



1081 

36% 

63 

30% 
731 
10 
42 
59 
76 
30 
32 



36-78 

1102 
36% 
78 
30% 
731 
12 

2-42 
59 
88 
36 
36 



42-78 

1651 

42 

78 

38 

1134 
12 

2-42 
68 
88 
36 
36 



167% 



-Prices Quoted on 



167y4 195% 
Application -^ 



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NORTHLAND 
STEEL FURNACES 

THE NORTHLAND HEAVY-DUTY BOILERPLATE FURNACE WITH A DIVISION DOWN DRAFT CRESCENT RADIATOR 

FOR OIL, GAS, LIGNITE, HARD AND SOFT COAL OR WOOD 

Nursery men of the Northwest would never think of buying nursery stock grown 
In the South or East as It would never stand the rigors of this Northern Country. 
It is just as risky to buy furnaces made to be used in these milder climates. There- 
fore, noting the trend toward steel furnaces, we offer a furnace of Heavy Boilerplate 
Construction made much heavier in both the steel and cast parts and manufactured 
In a Minneapolis boiler factory with the same machinery that is used for making 
High Pressure, Generation Lasting, Locomotive Type Boilers. These furnaces are 
built from Copper-Bearing Steel Boilerplate and their average life is over twenty-five 
years, with nominal repairs. 

The riveted seams are twice as strong as the rest of the boilerplate and will never 
leak gas, soot or smoke. This is not true of either electric or acetylene welded seams 
where part of the binder must come out of the metal itself and consequently varies 
depending on the skill of the operator. The intense heat of welding crystalizes the 
steel and makes it more likely to rust and crack under expansion strains. This is 
why the A. S. M. E. and Hartford Insurance Company will not pass welded boilers 
for higher than fifteen pounds pressure while our high pressure power boilers, with 
our more costly riveting method, are passed for 150 pounds pressure. Do not be 
deceived by claims that the cheaper welding process is superior to the tried and proven 
riveted seam construction in which rivets are driven under a fixed pressure of fifty 
tons on each closely spaced rivet, laps having a 2 inch flange making them double the 
thickness of surrounding steel plate. 

Please remember that these Boilerplate Steel Furnaces are built much heavier 
than many others sold in the Northwest so that they will give service for more than 
a generation, and will easily stand the extra strains of Church and School Service. 
Every size above and including the 33 inch comply IN EVKRY PARTICULAR WITH 
THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OF THE STATE 
OF MINNESOTA FOR USE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Let us know the number of the 
plan or the amount of Grate Area and Heating Surface required and we will tell 
you what size to figure. Size 33 inch will meet all the State Plans calling for four 
square feet of Grate Area and one hundred twenty square feet of Heating Surface 
or less, and size 36 inch— (with 66-inch body) will meet those calling for 5.35 Square 
feet of Grate Area and 140 sq. ft. of Heating Surface or less. We can build these fur- 
naces any height or add additional radiators to increase the surface when required. Do 
not hesitate to assure your School Board that these furnaces will more than pass all 
State Requirements. They are already in many Minnesota School Houses, and official 
reports on their fuel economy and heating power read like paid testimonials 

SPECIAL FEATURES— Extra large double Feed Doors 12x15 inches. Hot blast 
Linings in both doors burn the smoke. Large Vertical Shaker Handle requires no 
stooping. Coil hole openings for coil for heating domestic water. Very large water 
pan for large moisture evaporation for proper humidity. Large volume air casing 
produces moist warm air instead of hot dry scorched air. 



This 20 inch deep straight sided firepot 
is lined with the same quality of firebrick 
that is used in foundry cupolas where 
cast iron is melted daily. Grates are the 
durable locomotive rocker type operated 
by a handy vertical shaker handle. 





Here is the rear 10 gauge copper bear- 
ing steel radiator for higher efficiency 
and smokeless combustion. It is 36 inches 
long, 40 inches wide and 9 inches deep 
and is regular equipment. 



OAHPEg 



TIE BAR 
CLEAR OF 
ASH REMOVAL 



L05CLY nTTED 
LOCOMOTIVE GRATES 




co/vrvecrioN 
coi_i.Aie 



rhis Cut-away view shows the large combustion chamber, deep firepot, large casing 
lir area, clinker crushing grates with vertical shaker handle, large doors, humidifying 
rater pan. hot blasts, etc. 



Cl-eANO*/T 



While we do not approve of damper 
style radiators except when burning hard 
coal or coke, we can supply them as 
shown here at a slight extra charge. 



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SILENT FURNACE FAN i 

A POSITIVE PRESSURE BLOWER 

For better results, equip your furnace with the SILENT FURNACE FAN — Warms In Winter — Cools iu Summer. 

The SILENT FURNACE FAN FORCES the warm air Into every nook and comer of your home and insures an even distri- 
bution of heat in every room. 

The SILENT FURNACE FAN Is operated by manual control 
or by automatic control. When fan is not in operation furnace 
continues normal operation in the movement of air by gravity. 
It can be installed on any type of heating plant and is designed 
not only for homes, but stores, schools, and all kinds of public 
buildings. Its operation is simple. It draws the cold air out 
of your home to the furnace — forces this same cold air into the 
furnace where it is heated— then the SILENT FURNACE PAN 
shoots this heated air through the ducts into every nook and 
corner of every room. You no longer depend on the heat rising 
from your furnace by gravity, which is not only a slow process, 
but one by which the heat does not reach every room evenly. 



Above Illustration shows a typical installation in a home. 
Notice how the air ducts can now be placed close to and hori- 
zontal with the ceiling. This increases the head room of your 
basement. With no unsightly ducts jutting out at all angles— 
you can convert your basement into a clean, neat room for 
many uses. 

Gravity heat circulation is too slow and wasteful. The warm 
air from the furnace may be speeded up and evenly distributed 
to every corner of the building. This not only increases living 
and working conditions but — also cuts down the fuel bill. The 
SILENT FURNACE FAN is endorsed by hundreds of satisfied 
users. It is "easy" on your furnace, requires little attention and 
Is always extremely quiet. 





This shows the inside construction of the SILENT FURNACE 
PAN, Cold Air Shoe Type. It shows the Multiblade Booster 
that forces the warm air up through the ducts to every comer 
of the house. 




Another view of the SILENT FURNACE FAN showing the 
Inside construction. Notice how sturdily It Is built, also the 
large booster that assures positive air circulation. 



^ ■ ■■MiMcS^^ff^B'IMMMaMi 



The SILENT FURNACE FAN is a decided departure from 
the usual type of furnace fan in that it has a MULTIBLADE 
BOOSTER (not a propeller). It is absolutely silent and vibra- 
tionless due to patented oilless bearings. 

There are no working parts attached to the fan housing or 
furnace. The SILENT FURNACE FAN assures more than 
double the gravity capacity of a furnace and MAKES ALL 
DUCTS HEAT. This means a saving in your fuel billjs and 
also a substantial increase in heating comfort. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



SILENT FURNACE FAN 
CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS 



121 











Capacity 




Fre^ 


Approx. Size Ap. Size Bldg. 


List 


List 




List 










C.F.M. 


R.P,M. 


Area 


Furnace 


of Av. Con. in 


price 


price 




prlee 


TAU 


MOTOR 


hi In S.P. 


Fan 


Thru Pan 


Used based Cu. Con. Based 


[ each 


each 




each 


Type 


mo. 


H.P. 


R.P.M. 






Sq. In. 


Standard 


on 12 Min, 








MR 
















Code Rating Air Change 


FAN 


FIL'i'KK 




WASHER 


A 


01 


Ve 


1750 


1000 


400 


220 


400 


12,000 


$120.00 


$30.00 




$90.00 


A 


11 


Ve 


1750 


1200 


320 


400 


460 


14,400 


136.00 


40.00 


/ 




A 


21 


^ 


1750 


1350 


390 


400 


540 


16,200 


150.00 


40.00 




100.00 


A 


31 


y* 


1750 


1750 


440 


400 


700 


21,000 


160.00 


40.00 


( 




B 


11 


% 


1750 


2200 


320 


620 


880 


26,400 


200.00 


50.00 


) 

( 




B 


21 


V6 


1750 


2700 


390 


620 


1,080 


32,400 


210.00 


50.00 


120.00 


B 


31 


% 


1750 


3000 


440 


620 


1,200 


36,000 


260.00 


50.00 




C 


11 


% 


1750 


400O 


390 


800 


1,600 


48,000 


336.00 


60.00 


) 




C 


21 


% 


1750 


5000 


440 


800 


2,000 


60,000 


430.00 


60.00 




140.00 


C 


31 


1 


1750 


6000 


540 


800 


2,400 


72,000 


490.00 


60.00 







Three-speed Pulleys can be furnished for above Fans at additional price. 

Belt Guards will be furnished for the above Fans at following net price. Type A, $6.00; Type B. 



$7.00; Type C, $8.00. 




Fan 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


Dia. Wheel 


P 


A-01 


30 


30 


26 


15 


28 


12 


14 


A-ll 


30 


38 


26 


15 


36 


16 


22 


A-21 


30 


38 


26 


15 


36 


16 


22 


A-31 


30 


38 


26 


15 


36 


16 


22 


B-11 


36 


42 


30^ 


15 


40 


20 


22 


B-21 


36 


42 


30% 


15 


40 


20 


22 


B-31 


36 


42 


30% 


15 


40 


20 


22 


C-11 


40 


46 


35 


18 


44 


24 


22 


C-21 


40 


46 


35 


18 


44 


24 


22 


C-31 


40 


46 


35 


18 


44 


24 


22 



"SILENT FURNACE FAN" COLD AIR SHOE DESIGN 



Pan 



-Motor- 



H.P. 

¥4, 
V4. 



R.P.M. 
1750 
1750 
1750 
1750 





Free 


\ 








Sq. Inches 


\ 


Size Outlet 




Capacity 


Thru Fan 


Size Intake 


Connection 


List 


C.F.M. 


for Grav. 


CoUar 


to Furnace 


price 


H In S.P. 


Operation 


on Fan 


Casing 


Fan 


1000 


454 


24 


15x29% 


$106.00 


1200 


530 


26 


15x35% 


118.00 


1400 


604 


28 


17x35% 


122.00 


1600 


704 


30 


20x35% 


126.00 



List 

price 

Filter 


List 
price 
Air Washer 


$30.00 


$ 80.00 


40.00 


90.00 


40.00 


100.00 


40.00 


110.00 



Belt Guards will be furnished for above Fans at a net price of $6.00. 

Minneapolis Honeywell Furnacestat can be furnished for net price of $23.00. 

Motors furnished are Split and Single Phase AC. 110-220 volt, 60 cycle. 

Prices on Direct Current Motors will be ciuoted on request. 

We will be pleased to quote on connections, from Fans to Furnace Casings, or any other galvanized rectangular ducts, flt- 
tliigs or dampers. 



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SILENT FURNACE FAN AIR WASHERS 






The SILENT FURNACE FAN AIR WASHER thoroughly washes the air circulated through the house. Dust sedimen! 
and foreign particles detrimental to health are eliminated and carried away in the drain, thus providing a fresh, clean invigorat- 
ing atmosphere at all times. The SILENT FURNACE FAN AIR WASHER is of very durable construction with all baffles afid 
parts in contact with water coated with a sDecially prepared water proofing guaranteed to prevent corrosion and should last 
a lift time. This unit uses a single specially constructed atomizing nozzle, with water ejected at high velocity in the foriB 
of fog like mist causing all air to pass through water screen before returning to the furnace. Due to the designs of the washer 
a very high degree of efficiency is attained with the cost of operation practically negligible. 





Blower Type Fan and Air Washer 

(A. B. and C.) 



Shoe Type Fan and Air Washer 



The SILENT FURNACE FAN WASHER provides Humidity in addition to washing the air thereby preventing the warplBf 
of furniture, dryness of the mucuos membrance of the nose and throat eliminating colds, etc. 

The SILENT FURNACE FAN AIR WASHER Is silent in operation and offers no static resistance in the return duct and 
Is manufactured to fit all sizes of SILENT FURNACE FANS both blower type and shoe type fan. 

SILENT FURNACE FAN AIR WASHERS are used extensively in homes, schools, theatres and public buildings. Tbe 
low initial cost and small cost of operation recommend this unit to ail wide awake contractors with an eye on additional profltt 
on every Job. large or small. 



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AIR CONDITIONER 
MIRACLE 




WASHES AND HUMIDIFIES THE AIR 

For Use With Warm Air Furnaces 

Fiff. 1 

The air-conditioner is finished in baked enamel, crystal green. 
The spray is easily accessable through the door on the front. 
Ten feet of % inch copper tubing are furnished with the unit 
equipped with a valve and saddle coupling for a 1/2 -inch water 
pipe. 






Fiff. 2 

Figure 2 shows the air conditioner attached to the furnace. 
Part of the cabinet is cut away to show the spray and damper 
control. The inside casting of the furnace is also shown. The 
noisture circulates around this hot casting and distributes itself 
iniformly throughout the house. 




Hiracle Air Conditioners — Each $29.50 



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AIR CONDITIONER 



MIRACLE 



WASHES AND HUMIDIFIES THE AIR 

For Use With Warm Air Furnaces 

The air in a home during the heating season Is drier than the 
driest desert. Government research has proven this to be the 
case. 

Dry air is uncomfortable, it is dangerous to health. Sinus 
infections, mastoids, pneumonia, sore throats, middle ear infec- 
tions (deafness) and running ears are often the direct result. 
Furniture and rugs are damaged. 

All heating must be accompanied by the evaporation of ade- 
quate quantities of water. The air should be washed. The 
Miracle Air- Conditioner offers a practical, effective and low- 
priced means of adding the necessary moisture automatically. 




Miracle Air -Conditioner Shown Installed on 
a Warm Air Furnace 



INSTALLATION 

Cut an opening in upper ties of furnace jacket the size of Air Conditioner. Attach the Air-Conditioner with six sheet 
metal screws. Connect the spray line (%-inch copper tubing furnished) to cold city water by means of the simple saddle coupl- 
tng. Connect the %-inch drain at the bottom of the Air-Con ditioning cabinet to the sewer or cesspool with %-inch galvan- 
ized iron pipe. Complete directions are enclosed in each package. 



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AUTOMATIC DRIP HUMIDIFIER 




THE PRACTlCAIi ATR MOISTENEB 

The only heat operated, thermostatically controlled hu- 
midifier on the market. 

Protects health with proper moisture. 

Protects furniture, woodwork, walls, and decorations. 

Less dust and dirt, for moist air keeps down dust. 

Less fuel consmnptlon. 

Endorsed by Heating Authorities and Health Authorities 

Meets a Need that has Long Been Recognized. 



SATISFACTION FOB THE FURGHA SEl^—PROFIT FOR THE DEALER 

The Automatic Drip Humidifier combines the right principles for providing moist air In a convenient, practical manner. 
nils humidifier has been on the market long enough to be thoroughly tested and its real value has been proven. It has a hosi 
of Mends wherever it has been sold and sells readily wherever live dealers have presented the real facts to their customers. Can 
be Installed with or without water pressure. Has enormous selling possibilities for there are more than one hundred reasons 
Thy everyone who has a warm air fmmace should have an automatic Drip Humidifier. 

Recommended by Leading Fnmace Manufactarers 



MADE TO FIT ALL FURNACES 




No warm air furnace should be installed without this device. 
The humidifier can also be readily attached to any furnace that 
is already Installed. 



The No. 16 has two sizes of evaporating pans, one 23 inches long for small furnaces and a 35 inch pan for large furnaces. 
Th'i model is best for coal burning furnaces. The stem of this humidifier is 16 inches long, and has the hand hole as part 
3f the regular equipment. 

The No. 20 Automatic Drip Humidifier has a 24 inch tube or thermostat, and comes with a 35 inch pan only, and Is 
.'or large furnaces with oil or fan systems. 

The hand hole plate is also regular equipment on this size. By having these hand holes the customer can at any time 
reach through and get the pan of the Humidifier out in 10 seconds to clean out lime. This saves servicing for the dealer. No 

other Humidifier has this. 

Si. 16— Price each complete , .,.,.. $25.00 

h. 2»— Price each complete $32.00. . 



1, 



tl 



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JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



(marked 70° s, 



TEMPERATURE REGULATOR 



ELECTRIC JANITOR AND DELUXE ELECTRIC JANITOR 



Specifications • 

The Electric Janitor includes the following equipment 

Electric Janitor Motor, Manual Type Thermostat, Low Vol'- 
age Transformer and fittings. 

Manual Thermostat range: 55° to 90'' F. 
center) Differential (not adjustable) 2^ F. ] 

The DeLuxe Electric Janitor includes the following equlpj 
ment: 

Electric Janitor Motor, 8 -day jewelled balance Clock, Loi 
Voltage Transformer and Fittings, 

DeLuxe (8 day) Thermostat operating range: 55 to 85° 

Differential (adjustable) : 1 ° F. 

Available only for use on 110 volt 60 cycle alternating o- 

rent. 

Maximum motor load at end of arm: 7 lbs. 

Motor dimensions: Height 5% inches, width 5^/4 inches, deptt 
S^A inches. 

Length of motor arm: 2% inches, making maximum thiw 
5V4 inches. 

Motor finish: Black Crackle Lacquer. 

Thermostat finish: Statuary Bronze. 

Electric Janitor — Shipping weight 12 lbs. Each 
DeLuxe Electric Janitor — Shipping weight 14 lbs. 






Manual Electric Janitor DeLuxe 

Thermostat Motor Thermostat 

The Electric Janitor is an automatic device for regulating the 
operation of dampers on domestic coal fired heating plants, 
and thereby providing accurate, healthful room temperatures. 
It consists of a control motor which handles the, dampers, and 
a room thermostat which directs the action of the control mo- 
tor. As the name implies, the outfit is entirely electrical, and 
requires no attention. It is equally satisfactory on hot water, 
steam, vapor, or warm air heating systems. 

The Electric Janitor Motor itself consists of a sturdy low 
voltage, shaded pole induction motor, arranged to drive two 
crank arms, to which the damper chains are to be attached. 
The crank arms are revolved to either one of two positions, 
depending on whether the thermostat is calling for more or 
for less heat. The entire motor mechanism is enclosed in a 
strong pressed steel case. Bearings throughout are of the oilless 
type, and require no attention. A manual control switch is in- 
corporated in the motor, so that the user can conveniently close 
the check damper when stoking the fire. 

ELECTRIC JANITOR THERMOSTAT 

The Electric Janitor outfit includes a manual type room 
thermostat (Model 192B), which operates to keep the room 
temperature uniformly at the setting of its indicator. 

DELUXE ELECTRIC JANITOR THERMOSTAT 

The DeLuxe Electric Janitor outfit includes a thermostat 
(Model J8) which incorporates an 8-day clock having a jewelled 
balance, operating to maintain the desired daytime temperature, 
automatically changing to any desired lower night time tem- 
perature. With this clock type thermostat, all the advantages 
of uniform temperature regulation are secured, plus the econ- 
omy resulting from the automatically maintained lowered night 
time temperature. 

Both the Electric Janitor motor and the thermostat operate 
from low voltage alternating current. An external transformer 
is provided with the outfit, it can be mounted at any conven- 
ient place in the 110 volt supply line. Low voltage cable may 
then be run from the transformer to the motor and thermostat, 
making possible ecenomical installation. 

Wherever possible a Limit Control should be used with the 
Electric Janitor as with any other regulator for complete posi- 
tive protection to the heating plant under all conditions. 



TYPE L47-2 FURNACESTAT 



^ 

Each.. dB 




This control starts the fan motor when the temperatun 
reaches a predetermined point circulating the warm air throng 
the system. It shuts off the fan motor when the bonnet ten- 
perature drops below the Furnacestat setting. Thus, no 
air is forced up through the system. Type L47-2 is Mercffll 
Switch equipped. Having an adjustable differential, fan op* 
ation may be varied to suit the particular installation. 

No. L47-2 — (Series 40) for 2 -wire line voltage circuits. Mote 
Ratings: % H. P., 100-250 V., R.I., Vg H.P., S. P. or D. C. Bt 
sistance Loads: 10 A., IIOV., 5A., 220V. Scale Range: 100' ii 
250 °F. Maximum Differential: 250"; Minimum, 10" F. 
Each $11JI 



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Jewell Temperature Regulators 

'^There is a Jewell Temperature Regulator for Every Purse'^ 

A temperature regulator to suit every condition and price requirement is in the Jewell 
line. Every home owner in your city is a prospect for some one of the Jewell regulators, all 
of high quality Minneapolis-Honeywell precision manufacture and giving that accuracy 
of operation which is only possible with low-voltage current, but each providing different 
degrees of convenience, according to its price. 



Complete Regulators 

All fittings to install are included 
with each order for a complete 
regulator; Room Thermostat of any 
type with motor of any type; as the 
J8-JE combination, or the JO-JS, 
for example. 

But to achieve utmost safety in 
heating, as well as greater uni- 
formity of temperature and full 
economy, the *iimit" control of 
model applicable to the type of heat- 
ing plant to be controlled, should be 
added to the installation. 



THERMOSTAT 

Consists of element sensitive to temperature 
dianges. You set ap, Indicator to the degree of 
temperature you want. If temperature varies 
one degree from this point the thermostatic 
element makes a contact with the motor in 
the basement. All thermostats are installed by 
being attached to a wall plate to which the 
basement ^ wire connections are made. This 
simplifiee installation and enables you to easily 
remove the thermostat for adjustment. No 
conduits are necessary from the thermostat to 
the motor, as the wires carry Jow voltage 
curr* nt. 




TYPE J8 

Eight-Day Clock 

Thermostat 



Type J-8 rhermostat — equipped with 8-day jewelled 
clock which automatically sets indicator to desired lower 
temperature at retiring time at night and returns it to day 
setting at rising hour in morning — thus saving fuel and provid- 
ing more healthful sleeping conditions, A lever enables owner 
to keep temperature up later than usual on any particular 
night if he so desires. Requires no attention whatever except 
winding (from the front) once a week. Small in size, attractive 



Limit Controls 

These important instruments are safety 
devices. They prevent "over-runs" of tempera- 
ture, save more fuel, and eliminate trouble 
caused by overheating of furnace or boiler. 
Installed at the furnace or boiler, they take 
charge of the dampers before the temperature 
or pressure at the furnace or boiler rises quite to 
the danger point, but automatically restore the 
command of dampers to the room thermostat as 
soon as the furnace or boiler temperature has 
moderated to a safe degree. 



Limit Controls will operate in 
conjunction with any Jewell regu- \^^§li' 
lator, on any type of heating plant, aquastat 

LIST PRIC-^ 

L215-2 — Airstat .$10.50 

L209-1 — Surface Aquastat for Hot Water. 9.00 

L204-2^ — Pressurestat 9.00 

L208-2 — Vaporstat 10.50 



Motor 

Motor opens lower draft (by means of chains) 
and closes check damper when room thermostat 
calls for heat, and closes draft and opens check 
damper when thermostat calls for less heat. 

Type J. E. Electric Motor 

requires no attention. A mar- 
vel of simplicity. Silent in 
operation. Will not cause 

radio interference. Power used when 

motor is operating amounts only to that 

consume'' bv one ordinary lamp. 110 volt, 

6u cycle, A. C. List Price $36.00. 

Type J, E. S. Electric Motor with Built-in Switch is sim- 
ilar to the Type J. E., with the addition of a built-in switch 
for controlling blower fans or circulating water pumps. 




Type J-0 Thermostat — No clock. Desired tem- 
perature is secured by setting indicator at base of 
instrument. List price $12.50. 




Type J. S. Spring Motor— fitted with 
spring which operates dampers 60 to 75 times 
on one winding. Necessary to wind spring 
periodically. Dial on front of instrument 
indicates when to wind. Can be operated 
by 2 dry cells. List price $15.00. 



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AIR MOISTENERS 
RE-LY-O 



THEY GUARD YOUR HEALTH 




The most efficient wick type air moistener designed espec- 
ially for steam or hot water radiation. 

Relyo Air Moisteners add to your comfort and health because 
they add needed moisture and absorb all particles of dust and 
soot circulating in the air. 

Heated air, unless moisture is added, will draw the moisture 
out of furniture, woodwork, plants and the human body. Most 
colds, coughs and catarrhal conditions are caused by this dry- 



A room temperature of 68° with proper humidity Is more 
comfortable than 72° without. You save on fuel and redecorat- 
ing expenses with a Relyo. For proper humidification and com- 
fort you should install one Relyo in each room. 

Physicians Recommend the Relyo 




Built of prime galvanized iron throughout. Standard finishes, 
gold or aluminum bronze, old ivory finish at small extra cost. 
Dimensions 9 Inches wide, 2% inches high, 18 Inches, 24 inches. 
30 inches and 36 inches long. 

Size 18 inches — Each $2.50 

Size 24 inches — Each 3.00 

Size 30 inches — Each 3.50 

Size 36 inches — Each 4.00 

Add 60c each to above prices for ivory finish. 



Wicks for replacement — 20c, 25c, 30c and 35c for 18 In., 24 
in., 30 in., and 36 in. respectively. 



Packed 6 in a carton. 



THE MINNEHAHA HUMIDIFIER 
RADIATOR SHIELD 




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The Minnehaha Humidifier is the result of several years* ex- 
perimental work and many tests in developing humidifying d»> 
vices for homes, offices, etc. It is, without doubt, the mot 
practical and durable as well as the most efficient device of- 
fered for this purpose. At the same time it is very attracUn 
requires but little attention, and gives a finished appearance to 
a radiator. It also serves as convenient shelf. 

The exceptional humidifying capacity is secured by means i 
a series of wicks made from a cloth having very efficient capD" 
larity qualities. These wicks form passages through which tli 
dry heated air is forced, thus bringing it into direct contact 
with the particles of water, which effectively moistens it aal 
at the same time remove any particles of dust which it miglit 
contain. 

Each Minnehaha Humidifier is carefully packed in a fltxi 
board shipping case. 

SIZES AN0 LIST PRICES 

Length Width Height Weight Price 

In. In. In. Lbs. 

n 10 4% 6 $2.90 

24 10 41/2 8 3.65 

29 10 4y2 10 4.15 

36 10 41/2 12 5.15 

Filling Can, 2 gallon S 1.75 

Filling Funnel (not necessary when can is used) * .15 

Rest (for use on round top radiators) .15 
is 4 -in. high 



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TROPIC AIR MOISTENER 




THE MOST SCIENTIFIC HUMIDIFIER 

The foremost medical authorities and scientists agree on the 
importance of proper humidification in heated interiors. Hu- 
midified air safeguards the health, lessens the danger of nose 
and throat affections, preserves the furniture and draperies, 
and makes the home or office a more comfortable place to live 
in. 

IT'E THE WICK THAT DOES THE TRICK 

The special wick draws the water from the container and 
increases (many times) the evaporating surface, may be used 
with either steam or hot water radiators, and does not interfere 
with radiator covers. 



It is neat in appearance and easy to clean or fill. 
every room with a "Tropic'* Air Moistener. 
Furnished in Bronze or Aluminum finish. 



Equip 



I4-mch Size — Each 
24 -inch Size — Each 



.$0.60 
. .75 



SKUTTLE AUTOMATIC HUMIDIFIER 
TYPE ''A'' 



Tills humidifier is the pioneer in automatic service. Many years of successful 
performance have made Skuttle humidifiers universally popular. The Type "A'* model 
may be installed in connection with the water pan In any make of furnace. 

It is absolutely dependable because of its simplicity. There are only two moving 
parts— a one-piece fioat and valve. The valve seat is impervious to hard water liming, 
Iron deposits or age. The tank and water line fittings are of heavy copper and brass, 
making them practically indestructible. So simple is its design and arrangement that 
Installation of it onto any warm air heating system requires only a few minutes. 
Type "A"— Furnished complete with copper pan containing valve and float, complete 
water line connection including 3 feet of copper tubing, and pipe fittings for connecting 
to water pan. Weight, each, — pounds. Each $11 50 



TYPE *'D" 

The Skuttle Type "D" humidifier may be used in connection with any type of warm air furnace. 
Installation Is made through the casing hood above the radiator or dome. Flanges bolted to the hood hold 
the unit in a rigid level position. These fianges are furnished for either round or square casings. By 
means of the adjustable float in the humidifier pan and the slope of the bottom of the cast water pan. 
complete control of the amount of water evaporated is possible. 




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Type "D"— Furnished complete as Illustrated with cast iron evaporating pan overflow pipe, cast iron trap 
with drain plug, copper pan containing valve and fioat, and complete water line connection including 5 
feet of conoer tubing. Weight, each, — pounds. Each $27.00 



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MOISTENERS, RAILS, ETC. 



REGISTER SHIELDS 

Tayco. 




Tayco Register Shields fit on the 
outside of the hot air wall register 
by means of two adjustable hooks 
and can be applied without use of any 
tools. They produce evaporation of 
water in the room where it is needed, 
and maintain the ideal condition for 
health and comfort. They keep the 
furniture from falling apart, and de- 
flect the hot air currents to the floor 
giving an even temperature all over 
the room. The screen of cotton net 
hastens the evaporation of the water, 
and collects the dust thereby keep- 
ing the walls and draperies free from 
smudge and streaks. The use of 
Tayco Register Shields will make 
your home comfortable at a tempera- 
ture of 68 degrees which means a 
saving of at least 20% of your coal 
bill as dry air has to be heated 10 
degrees higher to give the same de- 
gree of comfort. 

Hoi, dry air is like a blotter. It 
takes moisture wherever it can find 
it — from the nose and throat and 
bronchial tubes as well as from the 
furniture and musical instruments. 
Hot, dry air causes more deaths an- 
nually than all the wars in history. 
Tayco Register Shields will remedy 
these faults. They are scientifically 
constructed and beautifully finished. 

Na. 1 — Black Body with Oxidized 
Copper Cover. Weight, each, — 

lbs. Each |2.50 

Packed two in a cairton. 



AUTOMATIC HUMI- 
DIFIER 

SKUTTLE 



WOTR SUPPLY PIPE- 




The Skuttle Improved Automatic 
Humidifier is to be used in connection 
with the evaporating pan in any Fur- 
nace, and its purpose is to keep the 
water pan filled with water at all 
times, without any additional care 
being given in the operating of the 
Furnace. It is connected direct with 
your city water or any other water 
supply, and the new improved valve 
and float controls the flow of the 
water perfectly. 

Many furnace users forget to fill 
the water pan regularly — this Humi- 
difier overcomes any such oversight, 
It is to be used in connection with 
the Evaporating or Furnace Water 
Pan on any furnace, and keeps the 
Water Pan filled at all times. 

Our experience shows that it takes 
from fifteen to twenty quarts of 
water a day to maintain 50 per cent 
moisture in the average frame house 
on a cold day. The Skuttle Improved 
Automatic Float Valve supplies all 
the water needed, day after day and 
month after month. Inadequate 
water pans and manual operation 
are responsible for most of the de- 
ficiency noted under average condi- 
tions. 

Skuttle Automatic Humidifier 
Each ?11.50 

AIR MOISTENERS 




This Air Moistener is a cor- 
rugated galvanized iron reservoir 
which fits closely around the coils on 
the back of any radiator, out of 
sight, where the space between the 
side wall and radiator is 2Vi inches 



or more, holds 3% quarts. 

The entire operation is automatic 
the heat of the radiator coming ic 
direct contact with the corrugatid 
back of the moistener which fiti 
closely around the coils of the radi- 
ator, the water becomes hot an4 
evaporates very rapidly. 

Filled with water will also keep 
furniture from shrinking and falling 
to pieces, piano sounding boarS 
from warping and checking, wall- 
paper from peeling, bookbindingi 
breaking, paintings from cracking 
and the whole family from colds. 
No. 11 — Length 13 Mi inches, height 
9 inches, width 2^ inches; nicelj 
finished in gold or aluminum U 
match radiators; weight, each, H 

lbs. Per dozen $9.01 

One in a carton. 

Re-Iy-o. 




Re-ly-o Air Moisteners are especi- 
ally designed for hot water and steam 
radiation. Re-ly-o Air Moistenen 
add to your comfort and health be- 
cause they add moisture to the aii 
in your home. The average heating 
plant does not add any moisture to 
the air. When you heat the air you 
must add moisture, otherwise the 
heat will draw the moisture out of 
the furniture, woodwork, and the 
human body. The temperature in 
the average house is 72 degrees Far- 
enheit, and without some means of 
adding moisture it is really unhealthy 
to live in such dry heat. Bad colds 
and coughs are mostly caused by 
this condition. For real efficient 
humidification, there should be one 
Re-ly-o Air Moistener in each room; 
for small rooms — size 18; for medi- 
um rooms — size 24; for large roomi 
— size 30" and 36". Recommended 
by all physicians. Standard finisb 
either gold or aluminum bronze. 
Size 18-inch — Evaporating capacity, 
during a 24 hour period — three to 

four quarts. Each %2M 

Size 24-incli — Evaporating capacity, 
during a 24 hour period — four to 

five quarts. Each 3.00 

Size 30-incli — Evaporating capacity, 
during a 24 hour period — five to 

six quarts. Each 3.50 

Size 36-iiicIi — Evaporating capacity, 
during a 24 hour period — six to 
seven quarts. Each . 4.O0 

Finished in Old Ivory Lacquer add 
$0.35 to above prices. 

Six in a carton. 



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AIRMOISTENERS 
SIMPLEX 

FOR WARM AIR FURNACE— HAS NO FLOAT 



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The Simplex Is Easy to Operate 
The automatic shut off works on the lever and fulcrum principle. The trough or evaporating pan is suspended 
from the pipe and near the front of the machine, while at the rear of the trough is a counter weight. When enough 
water has accumulated in the trough, the weight of the water causes the trough to lower or drop at the rear and 
raises the front end. This raising of the front end forces a rubber gasket to seat into the drip valve, thereby shut- 
ting off the flow of the water. It is positive and sure, for it is not possible for it to do anything but shut off. The 
more water, the more weight, the more weight the more pressure on the shutoff gasket. 

As the accumulated water is evaporated, the counter weight at the rear of the trough reverses the action 
bringing the machine back to the open position and the water starts flowing again according to the adjustment. 
It takes approximately five pints of water in the trough to shut off the flow of water, but the machine has a capacity 
of ten pints before it can overflow; this extra five pints is, of course, extra power exerted on the shutoff gasket. 

The flow of the water is regulated by the valve in the front of the machine, as much or as little as neces- 
sary to meet the requirements. 

The idea being to have the water flow in a steady drip so that when the fire is normal, the water will be eva- 
porated about as fast as it drips in. The automatic shutoff takes care of the situation, when for any reason water 
has accumulated in the trough. The drip or feed is always in sight. 

It is stated by authorities that at least one gallon of water per room every 24 hours is necessary for proper 
humidity. Approximately two drops per second through this moistener means that from 8 to 10 gallons of water 
will be used in 24 hours. It is a simple matter to regulate the flow of the water to meet the requirements. 
After you have it set right, leave it alone. It will take care of itself. 

The trough is made of cold rolled copper. All other parts coming in contact with the water are brass, noth- 
ing to rust or corrode. The moistener is easily installed in any furnace. An hour's time is all that is necessary. 

The rubber gasket should last for several years, but if or when it is necessary to put in a new one, it can 
be done in 5 minutes and the only tool to be used is a screw driver. The gasket itself can be bought for a few 
cents. 

There is a sponge and fine mesh brass strainer in the top part of drip valve to filter the water. These 
should be cleaned or changed at the close of firing season. Easily done, simply unscrew this top part and take 
out the sponge and strainer. 

Simplex — Weight complete packed for shipment, approximately 15 pounds. Each $29.00 



Adams No. 1. 




Adams check 
damper for 
furnace pipe 
can be set in 
any position 
on the pipe. 
Made of cast 
iron and in 4 
lizes. 



Chttck anil Collar Complete. 

Size, inclies 7 8 9 

Weight, lbs. ... 8 10 11 
Each $1.60 2.00 2.26 



CHECK DAMPERS 

End Check Only. 

Size, inches 7 8 9 

Weight, lbs. ... 5 6 7 

Each $1.20 1.60 1.85 



Collars Only. 



Size, inches 

Weight, lbs. . . . 



8 

4 



9 

4 



Each $0.50 0.50 0.65 

Open stock. 



Adams No. 2 




Size pipe, in. 6-7-8 9-10-11 

Each $1.50 $1.50 

Weight, each, about 2% pounds. 



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ASBESTOS PAPER, CEMENT, ETC. 




FURNACE CLOCKS 

LITTLE JANIXOB. 

TiUery's 

1st. — Insures a warm liouse every 
naorning before you arise. 

2nd. — Is a protection to your 
health; no chlUy cellars to enter, 
which Is liable to cost you a doctor 
bill ten times the price of the clock 
for not having a Little Janitor Clock 
attached to your furnace. 

3rd. — ^Will save one and a half ton 
of coal a season according to the 
size of furnace, or eight to ten tons 
during its usefulness. The clock 
should last five to six years with 
proper care, 

4th. — Is better than one thousand 
dollars at four per cent, interest in 
any saving institution. 

5th. — One hour's sleep and rest gained every morning when 
in use. Can be used Sundays when on a visit; set the clock a 
half hour before you expect to return and your house will be 
warm when you enter. 

6th.— Will pay for Itself in three weeks time. 

7th.— Is inexpensive. No Janitor service could be obtained 
at price of clock. 

8th. — Is not a luxury, but a necessity. No furnace is com- 
plete without it, 

9th.— Guaranteed by the manufacturer for one year. 

lOth. — Can also be used for: blower systems, oil heaters, 
shutting off or on electric switches. 

11th. — Is very necessary for factory or store when large quan- 
tity of coal Is required. Insures heat or steam at time needed, 

12th. — Will heat the house, store or factory at time most 
needed, the same as any $50.00 to $100.00 draft operator. Why 
pay more when the Little Janitor will do its work the same as 
the most expensive ones. It's guaranteed to do it and wear just 
as long. 

Tillery's Little Janitor Clocks will automatically operate the 
drafts of any furnace; steam, hot water, hot air, or plpeless. 

The clock is made with an iron frame on the Inside to with- 
stand weight without affecting the works. The works are 
screwed on to the frame at three places. The direct strain 
comes at the top. Has free action. Made of heavy steel. 
TiUery's Little Janitor Clocks — Weight complete, 10 pounds. 



Each 



.$8.00 



Clocks are packed complete for all furnaces. Each consists of 
two pulleys, spring, screw hook, door wedge and 20 feet of 
chain. Full installation instructions for any furnace or boiler 
are packed with each clock. 

ASBESTOS PAPER 

Our Asbestos Paper Is chosen with the requirements of the 
furnace Installer especially In mind. It Is very white in color, 
making possible an attractive appearance not obtainable with 
dark paper. It will give maximum protection against heat and 
is properly sized so as to absorb just the right amount of paste. 

Also used for making heat-resisting 
coverings, for fitting hard-to-reach corn- 
ers, for protecting wood partitions, for 
lining walls and ceilings, for combating 
A'ermin, for lining weatherboards and 
floors, for low voltage electrical Insula- 
tion, for lining stoves and ovens, for lin- 
ing gas ranges, for forming Neon signs, 
for electric appliances, for acetylene 
welding, for lining flues, for filtering, for 
advertising novelties, for gaskets and for 
fireproofing fire doors. 
No. 12— Weight, 12 lbs. Per 100 sq. ft. 
approximate thickness .028 inches. 36- 
Inches or 18-inches wide. 
100 lb. rolls — Per cwt. $14.20 

50 lb. rolls — ^Per cwt 14.50 

No. 14— Wt., 14 lbs. per 100 sq. ft. approx- 
imate thickness .03 In, 3 6 -inches or 18- 
Jnches wide. 
100 lb. rolls— Per cwt $14.20 

50 lb. rolls — Per cwt. 14.50 

50 lb. rolls — (18-inch wide). Per cwt. $14.50 





CORRUGATED ASBESTOS PAPER 

An improved air cell 
paper, made by using 
two sheets of asbestos 
paper crimped or cor- 
rugated at the same 
time and an alternate 
layer of plain asbestos 
paper firmly bond- 
ed together 
with fire 
proof glue. 
Recommend- L 
ed for cover- 
ing hot air 

pipes, furnaces, ducks, etc. Furnished in rolls 36-lnches wide. 
250 sq. ft. per roll— ^ -inch coniigations. Wt., per roll 58 lb. 

Full rolls— Per roll jiggj 

Less— Per squrjre foot m 



ASBESTOS AIR CELL BOARD 

For medium, low tempera- 
ture insulation in boiler room 
ceilings, hot air ducts, dry 
kilns, ovens, steel safes, fire- 
proofing wood joists, etc. 

Regularly finished In blocb 

inches or 6-Inches wide. 36-lnches^l1Sf ^iSso-Kle^'^stisI: 
inches, and 36x48 inches. 




$0.12 
.14 

.20 
.24 
.28 



2 Ply— Va-lnch thick. 23 sheets to carton. Per sq. ft... 

3 Ply— %-inch thick. 15 sheets to carton. Per sq. ft... 

4 Ply— 1 -inch thick. 12 sheets to carton. Per sq, ft... 

5 Ply— 1^ -inch thick. 9 sheets to carton. Per sq.ft... 

6 Ply— 11^ -inch thick. 8 sheets to carton. Per sq. ft... 



ASBESTOS MILL BOARD 



Made of high grade asbestos fibre 
and suitable binders. 

Has a smooth surface on one side 
and is of white color. Used for mak- 
ing fire screens, partitions and to 
protect walls and ceiling. Also for 
lining furnaces, stoves, etc. Sheeta 
42x48 -inches. 




Thickness 


Sheets per case 


Weight per sheet 






^ 


215 


21^-lbs. 


Per lb. 


$0.18 


tV 


100 


5 -lbs. 


Per lb. 


.18 


^ 


75 


6% -lbs. 


Per lb. 


.18 


% 


52 


10 -lbs. 


Per lb. 


.18 


A 


35 


15 -lbs. 


Per lb. 


* .18 


% 


28 


19 -lbs. 


Per lb. 


.18 


% 


19 


25 -lbs. 


Per lb. 


.18 


% 


14 


33 -lbs. 


Per lb. 


.18 



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DRY PASTE & CEMENT 



ASBESTOS PLASTIC CEMENT 

Composed of Asbestos Fibre, Magnesia and other hlsh grade 
Insulating materials. A white cement of exceptional high in- 
sulating value, smooth in character, sticks well, flows freely 
under the trowel and has the qualities which permit the skilled 
mechanic to use a rubber pad for furnishing fittings. 

It is practically an all-purpose cement. It is of as high 
quality as can be bought, regardless of price. It has an actual 
covering capacity of 27 square feet one-inch thick per 100 lbs. 

50 or 100 pound bag — Per 100 lbs $4.40 

Small lots per pound 06 

ASBESTOS COVERINGS 

AIR CELL SECTIONAL 




This asbestos air cell sectional covering for steam and hot 
water pipes Is constructed of successive layers of plain and cor- 
rugated asbestos paper.thus forming a complete air space be- 
tween each ply. It is a well-known fact that air confined in 
spaces or cells offers greater resistance to heat than any ma- 
terial in solid form. 

We recommend sealing ends of air cell covering as each sec- 
tion as applied with asbestos plastic cement. This gives an 
absolutely dead air space. 

4-ply 1-inch thick, for high pressure steam pipes. 

3-ply %-inch thick, for low pressure steam or hot water pipe. 

2-ply %-lnch thick, for Hot Water Pipes. 

For pipe, inches H % 1 1)4 1^ 2 

Per lineal ft $0.22 $0.24 $0.27 $0.30 $0.33 $0.36 

For pipe, inches 2% Z Z% ^ €% 5 

Per lineal ft $0.40 $0.45 $0.50 $0.60 $0.65 $0.70 

Foi pipe, inches 6 7 8 9 10 12 

Per Uneal ft $0.80 $1.00 $1.10 $1.20 $1.30 $1.85 

For pipe, inches 14 16 18 20 24 30 

Per Uorel ft $2.10 $2.35 $2.60 $2.85 $3.30 $4.00 

In canvas jacked sections 36 Inches long, 
WOOL FELT SECTIONAL COVERING ASBESTOS LINED 




Made from selected wool felt, indented before being rolled 
up so as to make small dead air space througout the section. 
It also has a lining of asbestos felt. A good non-conducting 
and serviceable covering. 

%-inch thick, for hot water; %-inch thick, 1-inch thick, for 
low pressure steam pipes. 

For pipe, inshes % % 

Per lineal foot $0.22 $0.24 

Fer pipe, inches 1 1^ 1% % %% 

Per lineal ft $0.27 $0.30 $0.33 $0.36 $0.40 

For pipe, inches 8 3H 4 4^ S 

Per lineal ft. $0.45 $0.50 $0.60 $0.65 $0.70 

For pipe. Inches ft 7 8 9 It 

For lineal ft $0.80 $1.00 $1.10 $1.20 $1.30 



ASBESTOS DRY PASTE 

In Powder Form to Mix with Cold Water — For Sticldng on 
Fnmaoe and Pipe Coverings — Both Cloth and Asbestos 



This solves the paste problem for heating 
contractors, plumbers and ventilators, who 
require a reliable adhesive for pasting as- 
bestos coverings, both cloth and paper, on 
hot air and hot water pipes and on furnaces. 
It Is not affected by extreme high tempera- 
ture, so that the covers will never peel off. 
It is In powder form, which keeps for- 
ever, and Is prepared for use by simply stir- 
ring into cold water right on the job. Can 
be mixed thick or thin in any quantity as 
work requires. Has extensive covering ca- 
pacity; one pound of the powder making 
over a gallon of the paste, ready for use. It 
is clean, sanitary and vermin proof. 

200-Ib. Barrels— Per lb $0.16 

100-Ib. Kegs— Per lb. .17 

50"lb. Drums. Per lb 18 

25-lb. Pails— Per lb 19 

10-lb. Bags— Per lb .19i 

5-lb. Bags— Per lb 20 

2^-ib. Bags- Per lb 24 



LARGO MINERAL PASTE 

Larco Mineral Paste does not turn brown from heat as do 
cereal pastes. This does away with stains on the paper. Larco 
paste is impervious to mice or rats. They will not touch it In 
either dry or moist form. Does not som- after mixing. One 
pound will make two gallons of paste suitable for furnace use. 
In mixing Larco Paste first put the correct amount of water 
into the pail or barrel and then sprinkle the right amount 
of powder on top of the water. Allow this to stand from 12 
to 24 hours, giving the powder a chance to break down, then 
stir the mixture as vigorously as possible. 

Z% lb. bags— Per dozen $ 6.00 

5 lbs, bags — ^Per dozen n.oo 

35 lb. pails — Per dozen 60.00 





FURNACE CEMENT 

RUTLAND 



A quick setting asbestos furnace cement. 
Especially suitable for repair work and is 
also good for setting up furnaces and 
stoves. Does not shrink when subjected to 
heat. 

1 lb. cans — ^Each $0.2B 

5 lb. cans — Each 90 

It lb. eana— Each 1.76 



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FURNACE CLEANERS 
TORNADO 

BREUER*S BALL BEARING FURNACE VACUUM CLEANER 




A COMPLETE MACHINE WITH GREATER: 



Power 
Durability 
Portability 
Ei¥iciency 



(1^ H. P. G. E. Motor) .... 
(Will Last 10 years or more) 
(Weighs Only 30 Pounds) . . 
(10 Complete Attachments) 



32^ Inch Water Lift 
Low Yearly Cost 
One Man Cleaner 
Saves Time and Labor 



Means Faster, Easier and More Thorough Cleaning 



YOU NEED THE TORNADO IN YOUR BUSINESS— IT MAKES MONET 
AND SATISFIED CUSTOMERS! 

TORNADO Furnace Cleaning Service gets you down in the basement where you can 
sell profitable repairs and replacements. As a result, thousands of Tornado Furnace Cleaner 
user have increased their sales and profits. You too can earn hundreds of dollars in profit on 
the cleaning work itself and get more new business than you could get in any other way. 

The TORNADO combines real cleaning power with compact design, light weight and a 
complete set of ten thoroughly efficient attachments as standard. This means faster and 
better work with a great saving of time and labor. Therefore, you can do more jobs per day 
with the TORNADO at a greater profit for you on every cleaning job. 



Why sit and wait for orders when your competitor is out after business? 
TORNADO Furnace Cleaning Service. SEND IN YOUR ORDER TODAY. 



Cash in on 



The ten efficient attachments furnished as standard are as follow: No, 5 Brush for 
Nozzle, No. 20 for romoving light dust from pipe, No. 16 Rubber Nozzle to attach to motor 
unit for blowing down registers, No. 17 Nozzle with Scraper for removing scale from firepot, 
etc., No. 20 Standard Cleaning Nozzle, No. 25 46 -inch Steel Extension, Handle No. 28 Large 
Size Dust-Proof Bag, No. 30 Full rubber suction hose, 8 feet in length and 1% inch diameter 
No. 31 Flexible Metal Hose for cleaning furnace radiators, length 6 feet. No. 32 Wire Flue 
cleaning Brush with 5 feet flexible Handle, 4-inch diameter No. 33 Flat Steel cleaning tool. 
In addition you receive our Sales Plan Showing you how to get this profitable business and 
300 mailing circulars and 100 furnace stickers, imprinted with your name free. 

SPECIFICATIONS— 1/2 H. P. General Electric Universal Motor for 110. 220 or 250 volts, 
A. C. or D. C. (Specify voltage when ordering). Motor mounted on Norma Precision Ball 
Bearings which require no oiling. 10 gallon steel container attractively finished in aluminum 
and mounted on four easy running rubber caster. 20 feet of reinforced rubber cable 
with unbreakable rubber plugs. Complete weighs only 30 pounds. 

GUARANTEE — Breuer's Ball Bearing TORNADO Portable Furnace Vacuum Cleaner 
is fully guaranteed for one year against mechanical or electrical defects. (Natural wear ac- 
cepted). 

Model 72 — Complete with 10 Standard Attachments. Each $279.00 




Cleaning around doors af- 
ter completing job meam 
neat work and pleases cus- 
tomers. 




Cleaning outside of air 
ducts takes only a few min- 
utes with handy TORNADO 
attachments. 




The TORNADO is so com- 
pact and portable it can 
easily be taken upstairs for 
cleaning registers. The 
TORNADO can also be used 
as a blower for blowing 
down hot and cold air ducts. 
(An exclusive TORNADO 
feature.) 



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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORD ERING FURNACE FITTINGS 

On the following pages you will find illustrated and listed Furnace Pipe and Fittings. The various styles 
are arranged in the f ©lowing order — 

Wall Pipe or Stack 

Stack Angles, Offsets, Reducers and Tees 

Stack Elbows 

Stack Heads and Boots 

Register Angles, Elbows and Boots 

Register Heads 

Double Wall Stack and Fittings are shown first, then Single Wall Stack and Fittings are shown. Following 
Single Fittings you will find Round Pipe and Elbows and then material for Cold Air Returns. 

Furnace Pipe and Fittings are constructed in two ways: That known as "Double" is made of two thick- 
nesses of tin having an air-space between, while in "Single" construction there is only one thickness of tin. 

It will be noticed that two kinds of Boots, Angles, etc, are listed, i. e., Stack Boots and Register Boots, Stack 
Angles and Register Angles, etc. The word "Stack" indicates that the part is to be used in connection with a Stack 
run to the second floor, while the word "Register" shows that the part is to be used in connection with a first flooi 
register. It is absolutely necessary that either "Stack" or "Register" be specified when ordering. 

In order to prevent any chance of misunderstanding or error when ordering Furnace Fittings^ please be 
sure to give the following information when ordering — 

WALL PIPE OR STACK 

Always indicate the size stack wanted by number and state the length of pieces wanted. Double Stack is 
sold by the piece. 

In ordering Single Stack, bear in mind that nested Single Stack comes in two foot lengths and is charged 
by the foot. Made up Single Stack comes in five foot lengths and is charged by the foot. 

STACK ANGLES, OFFSETS, REDUCERS and TEES 

When ordering Stack Angles, and Offsets, indicate simply the cut number and the size of Stack. For 
Instance, "1 — Cut 4 Angle for No. 6 Double Stack." 

When ordering Reducers indicate the cut number and then the size of stack at both the large and small 
ends. For instance, "1 — Cut 18 Reducer for No. 8 to No. 6 Double Stack." 

When ordering Tees indicate the cut number and the size of stack. For instance, "1 — Cut 15 Tee for No. 
6 Double Stack." 

When ordering Reducing Tees indicate first the cut number and then the number stack used on the main 
run and then the size stack used on the tee. For instance, "1 — Cut 11 Reducing Tee No. 8 Stack with No. 6 Tee." 

STACK ELBOWS 

When ordering Stack Elbows it is necessary to indicate only the cut number and size of stack. For in 
stance, "1 — Cut 33 Reverse Elbow for No. 6 Double Stack." 

STACK HEADS AND BOOTS 

When ordering Stack Heads indicate first the cut number wanted, then the size of Stack and then the 
register size. For instance, "1 — Cut 20 Stack Head for No. 8 Stack, Register size 9x12." 

When ordering Stack Boots indicate first the cut number, then the size of stack and then the size of the 
warm air pipe which the boot is to fit. For instance, "1 — Cut 75 Stack Boot for No. 6 Stack with 9" Collar." 

REGISTER ANGLES, ELBOWS AND BOOTS 

When ordering Register Angles, and Elbows all that is necessary is to indicate the cut number wanted and 
the number of the register. For instance, "1 — Cut 1 Register Angle for No. 54 Ms National Register." 

When ordering Register Boots indicate the cut number, then the size register and then the size round pipe 
For instance. "1 — Cut 75 Register Boot for No. 54 National Register with 12" Collar." 

REGISTER HEADS 

When ordering Register Heads indicate the cut number wanted and the number of register. For instance, 
"1 — Cut 20 Register Head for No. 55 National Register." If a top collar is wanted specifications should read 
"with Top Collar." 

The above instructions refer specifically of double fittings but should also govern orders for single fittinjiB 
The letter "S" should always be added to the cut number when single instead of double is wanted. 

Note — U. S. Register Co'a. numbers are the same as Kwik-J^ok numbers exceet where noted. 



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Weights of KWIK-LOK Furnace Pipe and Fittings 



These Weights Do Not Include Crating. 



FLOOR REGISTER BOXES 

IN ONE HUNDRED LOTS 



8x10 

8x12 


DOUBLE BOX 

163 lbs. 

181 lbs. 


CUT 50 

94 lbs. 


9x12 


194 lbs. 


106 lbs 


10x12 


206 lbs 


138 Iba 


10x14 


226 lbs. 


145 lbs 


12x14 


245 lbs. 


156 lbs 


12x15 ....... 


269 lbs 




14x16 


300 lbs. 




14x18 


381 lbs. 





KWIK-LOK STACK 

IN ONE HUNDRED PIECE LOTS 

2-inch 81 lbs. 88 lbs. 

4-inch 145 lbs. 150 lbs. 

S-inch 169 lbs. 175 lbs. 

6^-inch 200 lbs. 

8-inch 225 lbs. 231 lbs. 

lO-indh 263 lbs. 269 lbs. 

12-inch 313 lbs. 313 lbs. 

20-inch 431 lbs. 450 lbs. 

51-inch 1063 lbs. 1145 lbs. 

W-inch 1213 lbs. 1256 lbs. 



FITTINGS 

IN ONE HUNDRED PIECE LOTS 

No. 6 No, 8 

Angles Cut 1 113 lbs. 125 lbs. 

Elbows Cut 5 150 lbs. 156 lbs. 

Angles Cut 4 181 lbs. 200 Iba. 

Elbows Cut 7 306 lbs. 

Tee Cut 19. 250 lbs. 263 lbs. 

Tee Cut 17 306 lbs. 325 Iba. 

Tee Cut 13... 375 lbs. 375 lbs. 

Tee Cut 15 381 lbs. 381 lbs. 

Reducer Cut 18 131 lbs. 169 lbs. 

Reverse Cut 37 219 lbs, 219 lbs. 

Reverse Cut 31 306 lbs. 306 lbs. 

Reverse Cut 32 300 lbs. 306 lbs. 

Reverse Cut 33 294 lbs. 300 lbs. 

Reverse Cut 34 300 lbs. 325 lbs. 

Stack Head Cut 21 , . , 213 lbs. 219 lbs. 

Stack Head Cut 22 219 lbs. 225 lbs. 

Head Cut 20 250 Ibs. 281 lbs. 

Head Cut 30 269 lbs. 238 lbs. 

Boot Cut 75. 219 lbs. 206 lbs. 



BOOTS, HEADS, ANGL ES AND EXTENSIONS 

IN ONE HUNDRED LOTS 



BooU 

No. 53 % Cut 20 213 lbs 

No. 53 H Cut 30 250 Ibid. 

No. 52^ Cut 20 231 lbs. 

No. 52^ Cut 30 294 lbs. 

No. 5414 Cut 20 231 lbs. 

No. 54H Cut 30 294 lbs. 

No. 55 Cut 20 294 lbs. 

No. 55 Cut 30 350 lbs. 

No. 56 Cut 20 300 lbs. 

No. 56 Cut 30 431 lbs. 

No. 57 Cut 20 313 lbs. 

No. 57 Cut 30 406 lbs. 



Extensions 



Heads 


Angles Cut 1 


2" 


4" 


294 lbs. 


138 lbs. 


94 lbs. 


150 lbs. 


288 lbs. 


169 lbs. 


94 lbs. 


150 lbs. 


325 lbs. 


156 lbs. 


94 lbs. 


169 lbs. 


313 lbs. 


169 lbs. 


106 lbs. 


163 lbs. 


325 lbs. 


156 lbs. 


94 lbs. 


169 lbs. 


313 lbs. 


169 lbs. 


106 lbs. 


163 lbs. 


363 lbs. 


169 lbs. 


106 lbs. 


175 lbs. 


369 lbs. 


225 lbs. 


125 lbs. 


175 lbs. 


425 lbs. 


194 lbs. 


106 lbs. 


163 lbs. 


388 lbs. 


275 lbs. 


145 lbs. 


231 lbs. 


445 lbs. 


200 lbs. 


119 lbs. 


163 lbs. 


438 lbs. 


306 lbs. 


14Ji U^, 


269 lbs. 



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KWIK-LOK DOUBLE WALL FITTINGS 

In marketing KWIK-LOK furnace pipe we do not offer so ] KWIK-LOK DOUBLE WALL PIPE 

many pounds of metal and so much labor but a perfected ar- " j^Mfc Kwik-Lok furnace pipe and fittings 

tide in Which are combined the ^111. brains and experience of g k.itJll beLTen^tSISier a'nd^Ste^* wat TtS 

the men back of this institution, who have for years held a H U ^^ feature is not only a preventative of 

^m ^ fire, from over-heated pipes, but also 

prominent place in the field as warm air heating engineers. ^m --fi^m^ allows for the free delivery of air with- 

out loss. 

The Kwik-Lok locking device is 
unique. It is embodied in the long con- 
nection and when the two sections 
j,^^ spring together they are se- 
curely locked and can be in- 
stalled without the use of sold- 
er or brads. 
Kwik-Lok double wall 
pipe is manu- 
factured In 




Kwik-Lok Wall Pipe Construction 

Note original Kwik-Lok spring locking devise. 

Kwik-Lok is the only Double Wall Pipe made with independ- 
ent braces between inner and outer wall to absolutely maintain 

an equal alt space and make Kwlk-Lok the most rigid on the 
market. 



KWIK-LOK DOUBLE WALL PIPE 
LIST PRICES 



Wall Pipe No. 


5 


7 


6 


8 


9 


11 12 


Inside 

Outside 3 


2f xlO 3x10 2txl 23x12 3x13 4f xl3 4f xl4 
hlOf 31-101 3H2f 3f-12f 3f-13| 5-I3f 5-14J 


2' Length 


$ .50 


$ .50 


$ .60 


$ .60 


$ ,75 


$ .85 


$ .90 


4' 


.60 


.60 


.70 


.70 


.85 


.95 


1.00 


6' 


.70 


.70 


.80 


.80 


.95 


1.05 


1.15 


9' 


.90 


.90 


1.00 


1.00 


1.25 


1.35 


1.45 


12' • 


1.00 


1.00 


1.15 


1.15 


1.40 


1.60 


1.75 


24' 


1.80 


1.80 


2.00 


2.00 


2.40 


2.80 


3.16 


Adj. Joint 


1.50 


1.50 


1.65 


1.65 


2.00 


2.75 


3.25 





standard lengths as shown below which with the Adjustable 
joint will take care of every requirement for every job. 

The original spring locking device was first introduced on 
Kwlk-Lok Fittings, and has never been changed. 



STACK CASES 

A convenient method of ordering. Giving the dealer an ex- 
cellent assortment. Any changes in lengths will change total 
lists. One case containing 56 Feet of Wall Pipe. 



LIST PRICES 

Stack Cases Containing 56 Feet of Wall Pipe 



Wall Pipe No. 


5 


7 


6 


8 


9 


11 


12 


2 


2' Lengths 


$1.00 


$1.00 


$1.20 


$1.20 


$1.50 


$1.70 


$1.80 


2 


4' « 


1.20 


1.20 


1.40 


1.40 


1.70 


1.90 


2.00 


4 


6' " 


2.80 


2.80 


3.20 


3.20 


3.80 


4.20 


4.60 


4 


9' « 


3.60 


3.60 


4.00 


4.00 


5.00 


5.40 


6.80 


6 


12' « 


6.00 


6.00 


6.90 


6.90 


8.40 


9.60 


10.50 


22 


24' « 


39.60 


39.60 


44.00 


44.00 


52.80 


61.60 


69,30 


Total List Price 


54.20 


54.20 


60.70 


60.70 


73.20 


84.40 


95.00 



Kwik-Lok Wall Pipe Is Sold By The Piece and Not By the Foot 



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KWIK-LOK DOUBLE WALL FITTINGS 
STACK ANGLES, OFFSETS, REDUCERS AND TEES 

(To Fit Stack Runs to 2nd Floor.) 




Cut 1— Ancle 45* 




(^^ pB| 



Cut 4— Flat Angle 45* 



Cut 18 — Reducer 



Cut 19 — Tee 



Cut 17— Tee 




Cut 11— Reducing Tee 



Cut 15— Tee 




Cut 13— Flat Tee 






For Stack Size 


No. 5 


No. 6 


No. 7 


No. 8 


No. 9 


tNo. 11 


JNo. 12 


Cut 1 Angles, each.. 


$ .80 


$ .90 


$ .80 


$ .90 


$1.10 


SL60 






$2.00 


Cut 4 Angles, each 


1.20 


1.30 


1.20 


1.30 


1 60 


2.25 


2.75 


Cut 2 0fiFsets, each 


L60 


1.80 


1.60 


1.80 


2.20 


3.20 


4.00 


Cut 18 Reducers, each 


1.70 


1.80 


1.70 


1.80 


2.15 


3.25 


4.00 


:ut 8 Offset, each 


2.40 


2.60 


2.40 


2.60 


3 20 


4.50 


5.50 


Cuts 17 and 19 Tees, each 


2.00 


2.15 


2.00 


2.15 


2.55 


3.85 


4.25 


Cut 11 Tees, each 


4.00 


4.35 


4.00 


4.35 


5.35 


6.00 


6.65 




Cuts 13 and 15 Tees, ecah 


2.80 


3.15 


2.80 


3.15 


3.60 


460 


5.20 



lUma marked thui t not carried in ttock, but shipped direct from factory 



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KWIK-LOK DOUBLE WALL FITTINGS 
STACK ELBOWS 

(To Fit Stack Runs to 2nd Floor.) 



139 




Cut 5— Elbow 90* 




Cut 7— Flat Elbow 




Cut 31 — Reverse Elhon 



^ml^^-, 






Cut 32 — Reverse Elbow 




Cut 33 — Reverse Elbow 




Cut 34 — Reverse Elbow 





Cut 35— -Reverse Elbow 



Cut 36 — Reverse Elbow 




Cut 37 — Reverse Joint 



LIST PRICE 



For Stack Size 


No. 5 


No. 6 


No, 7 


No, 8 


No. 9 


JNo. 11 


tNo. 12 


Cut 5 Elbows, each 


$1.40 


$1.50 


$1.40 


$1.50 


$1.80 


$2.80 


$3.10 


Cut 7 Elbows, each 


2.30 


2.50 


2 30 


2.50 


2.75 


3.90 


4 25 


All Reverse Elbows- 
Cut 31. 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, ea. 


4.00 


4.35 


4.00 


4.35 


5.35 


6.00 


6-65 



Items marked thus 4= not carried in stock, but shipped direct from factory. 



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KWIK-LOK DOUBLE WALL FITTINGS 
STACK HEADS 

(To Fit Stack Runs to 2nd Floor.) 




Cut 20 
Above Baseboard 
Horizontal Head 




Cut 30 
Above Baseboard 
Horizontal Head 




Cut 20 

Above Baseboard 

Vertical Head 




Cut 30 

Above Baseboard 

Vertical Head 




Cut 20 
Baseboard Head 




Cut 30 
Baseboard Head 




LIST PRICES 



Cut 21 
Stack Head 




Cut 22 
Stack Head 



For Stack Size 


No. 5 


No. 6 


No. 7 


No. 8 


No. 9 


INo. 11 






tNo. 12 


Cuts 21 and 22 

Cuts 20 and 30— Baseboard 

Cuts 30 Baseboard . ... 

Cuts 20 & 30— Above Baseboards 


$2.05 
2.30 
2.75 
2.05 


$2.20 
2.40 
2.95 
2 20 


$2.05 
2.30 
2.75 

9 (\^ 


$2.20 
2.40 
2.95 

O 0(\ 


$2.40 


$3.40 


$3.75 








£t*\}D 


^.ZU 


2.40 


3.40 


3.75 



STACK BOOTS 




Cut 28— Stack Boot 




Cut 3S— Stack Boot 




Cut 75— Stack Boot 



LIST PRICES 



Itema marked thus $ not carried in stock, but shipped direct from factory, 



For Stack Size 


No. 5 


No. 6 


No. 7 


No. 8 


No. 9 


tNo. 11 






JNo. 12 


Cuts 75 and 38— each 


$2.10 
2.30 


$2.35 
2.50 


$2.10 
2.30 


$2.35 
2.50 


$2.70 
2.75 


$3.50 
3.90 




Cut 28 


$3.90 
4.25 



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141 



KWIK-LOK DOUBLE WALL FITTINGS 

REGISTER ANGLES, ELBOWS, BOOTS AND EXTENSION PIECES 

(For First Floor.) 




Cut SS^Boot 





Cut 28— Boot 



Cut 1— Angle 



LIST PRICES OF DOUBLE FITTINGS FOR FIRST FLOOR BASEBOARD REGISTERS 

One-Way Box or Head 



Size of 


Base 


Jones 


National 


Size of 


Ail 


Elbows 


Angles 


8-Inch 


Register 


Extension 


National 




Warm Air Pipe 


Double Boots 


Gut 5 


Cut 1 


Extension 


8 X 10 


2H' 


853 H 


53 H 


8' 


$2.30 


$1.60 


$1.20 


$1.15 


8 X 12 


2H' 


852 H 

852 U 


52 J^ 
52 H 
54 W 
54^ 


9' 


2.40 


1,70 


1,30 


1.25 


8 X 12 


9' or 10' 


2.60 


1.80 


1.45 


1.35 


9 X 12 


2H' 
2H' 


854 H 


9' 


2.40 


1.70 


1.30 


1.25 


9 X 12 


854 M 


9' or 10' 


2.60 


1.80 


1.45 


1,35 


10 X 12 


855 


55 


10' 


2.60 


1.80 


1.45 


1.35 


10 X 12 


855 H 


55 K 


10' 


2.60 


1.80 


1,45 


1,35 


11 X 13 


856 


56 


12' 


2.70 


1.90 


1.50 


1.40 


11 X 13 


8556 


556 


12' or 14' 


3.10 


2.50 


1.80 


, 1.55 


12 X 14 




857 


57 


12' 


3.00 


2.40 


1.70 


1.50 


12 X 14 


8557 


557 


14' or 16' 


3.20 


2.65 


2.05 


1.60 



Above Lost Prices for JONES NATIONAL REGISTER HEADS take Register Discount. 



LIST PRICES OF DOUBLE FITTINGS FOR FIRST FLOOR BASEBOARD REGISTERS 

Two-Way Box or Head 



Size of 


Base 


Jones 




Size of 


Double Boots 


Elbows 


Angles 


8-Inch 


Register 


Extensioii 


National 


National 


Warm Air Pipe 


38-42-41-28 


Cut 5 


Cut 1 


Extension 


2- 8 X 10 


2H' 


2-853 H 


2-53 H 


9' 


$2.80 


$1.65 


$1.45 


$1.35 


2- 8 X 12 


2H' 


2-852 H 


2-52 H 


10' 


3.00 


1.90 


1.55 


1.45 


2- 8 X 12 


3K' 


2-852 H 


2-52^ 


10' or 12' 


3.20 


2.05 


1.70 


1.55 


2- 9 X 12 


2^' 


2-854 H 
2-8 54 K 


2-52 H 


10' 


3.00 


1.90 


1.55 


1.45 


2- 9 X 12 


3H' 


2-54 Ji 


10' or 12' 


3.20 


2.05 


1.70 


1.55 


2-10 X 12 


2H' 


2-855 


2-55 


12* 


3.00 


2.05 


1.55 


1.45 


2-10 X 12 


3H' 
3^' 
5H' 


2-855M 


2-55 Ji 


12' 


3.20 


2.05 


1.70 


1.65 


2-11 X 13 


2-856 


2-56 


14' 


3.40 


2.15 


1.80 


1.66 


2-11 X 13 


2-8556 


2-556 


14' 


4.20 


2.65 


2.05 


2.00 


2-12 X 14 


3J^' 


2-857 


2-57 


14* 


4.00 


2.65 


2.06 


2,00 


2-12 X 14 


nw 


2-8557 


2-8557 


14' or 16' 


4,40 


2.90 


2.40 


2.ia 



AbOT« Lista eover boots with Standard Size Collars. An additional charge of $0,20 net each will be made for boot collars other than regular. 



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DOUBLE WALL FITTINGS 



REGISTER HEADS 



(To Fit Fir»t Floor Reffistert. When Stack U to be Extended to Second Floor specify "With Top Collar.' 





Cut 20— Head (One Way) 



Cut 30— Head {Two Way) 



LIST PRICES OF DOUBLE FITTINGS FOR FIRST FLOOR BASEBOARD REGISTERS 

One-Way or Box Head Two-Way Box or Head 















*Cut 20 














•Cut 30 


Size of 


Base 


Jonea 




Size of 
Warm Air 


•Cut 20 


Head 
With 


Size of 


Base 


Jones 




Size of 
Warm Air 


•Cut 30 


Head 
With 


Register 


Ext'n 


Nat'l 


Nat'l 


Pipe 


Head 


Top 
Collar 


Register 


Ext'n 


Nat'l 


NafI 


Pipe 


Head 


Top 
Collar 


8 X 10 


2M' 


853 H 


KH 


8' 


$2.30 


$2.75 


2- 8 X 10 


2H' 

2H' 


2-853K 


2-53 H 


9' 


$2.75 




8 X 12 


2H' 


852 H 


52 M 


9* 


2.40 


2.90 


2- 8 X 12 


2-852 H 


2-521^ 


10' 


2.96 


Not made 


8 X 12 


3M' 


852^ 


52 M 


9* or 10* 


2.65 


3.20 


2- 8 X 12 


SH' 


2-852 Ji 


2-52 H 


10' or 12' 


3.20 


$3 85 


9 X 12 


2H' 


854 M 


64 H 


9' 


2.40 


2.90 


2- 9 X 12 


2H' 


2-854 H 


2-52 H 


10' 


2 95 


Not mads 


9 X 12 


3^' 


854^ 


54 M 


9' or 10* 


2.65 


3.20 


2- 9 X 12 


BH' 


2-854^ 


2-64^ 


10' or 12' 


3.20 


3.85 


10 X 12 


2H' 


855 


65 


10' 


2.65 


3.20 


2-10 X 12 


2H' 


2-865 


2-55 


12' 


2 95 


3 60 


10 X 12 


Ifi^ 


1!^ 


10* 


2.66 


3.20 


2-10 X 12 


3K' 


2-855 H 


2-55 }4 


12' 


3.20 


3 85 


11 X 13 


SH' 


856 


56 


12* 


2.76 


3.30 


2-11 X 13 


3K' 


2-856 


2-66 


14* 


3 40 


4 10 


11 X 13 


5H' 


8556 


566 


12' or 14- 


3.20 


3.80 


2-11 X 13 


&H' 


2-8556 


2-656 


14' 


3. 85 


4 60 


12 X 14 


6K' 


867 


57 


12' 


3.00 


3.65 


2-12 X 14 


sw 


2-857 


2-57 


14' 


3.85 


4.60 


12 X 14 


8657 


657 


14' or 16' 


3.30 


3.96 


2-12 X 14 


5^' 


2-8557 


2-8557 


14 or 16* 


4.10 


4.90 



Abov« lists for JONES NATIONAL REGISTER HEADS take Register Discount. Add $0.50 net for heads wider or narrower than regular 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



143 



SINGLE STACK 8t FITTINGS 

WALL STACK, STACK ANGLES, ELBOWS AND REDUCERS 

(For Runs to Znd Floor.) 




± Section of Made-up 
Singrle Wall Pipe 



I 




Cut 1-S — Angfie 




Section of Nested Single Stack 




Cut 5-S — Elbow 




Cut 7-S — Elbow 




Cut 4 -S— Angle 



The letter "S** after the number signifies si 


LIST PRICES 

ngle wall construction. 










Siie of Stack. 


3x10 


t3 3^x10 


3x12 


t3Kxl2 


t3xl3 


t4^xl3 


t5xl3^ 








Nested — 2 ft. sections. Per ft. 


.42 


.42 


.46 


46 


.49 


.54 


.58 


{Made Up— 5 ft. sections. Per ft. 


.45 


.45 


.49 


.49 


.52 


.57 


.61 


Cut 1-S Angles. Each 


.48 


.48 


.52 


.52 


.64 


.77 


.90 


Cut 4-S Andes. Each 


.60 


.60 


.65 


.65 


.77 


.96 


1.10 






Cut 5-S, Elbows, each 


.85 


.85 


.95 


.95 


1.10 


1.20 


1.30 






Cut 7-S. Elbows, Each 

Cut 18S Reducers 


,95 
.75 


.95 
.75 


1 05 

.85 


1.05 
85 


1.20 
1.25 


1.30 
1.50 


1.40 
2 00 



Items marked thus :}: not carried in stock, but shipped direct from factory. 



144 JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 

SINGLE WALL FITTINGS 
STACK HEADS 

(To Fit Stack Runs to 2nd Floor.) 




Cut 20-S Stack Head 






Cut 30-S Stack Head 




Cut 21-S Stack Head 



Cut 13 — Boot 



Cut 22-S Stack Head 



For Stack Size 


3x10 


J3 3^x10 


3x12 


t3}^xl2 


13x13 


t43^xl3 


t5xl3^ 




Cut 20 S, 21 Sand 22 S.. 


.85 


.85 


.95 


.95 


1.10 


1.20 


1.30 


Cut 30 S 


,95 


.95 


1.05 


1.05 


1.20 


1.30 


1.40 





Cut 5 — ^Boot 



STACK BOOTS 




Cut 7-S— Boot 



Cut 17— Boot 



Cut 57— Boot 



For Stack Size 


3x10 


tSJ^xlO 


3x12 


t3Hxl2 


t3xl3 


t4Mxl3 


t5xl35i 




Cut 5, 7 and 13S Boots. .. 


,85 


.85 


.95 


.95 


1.10 


1.20 


1.30 


Cut 17 and 57S Boots 


.95 


.95 


1,05 


1.05 


1.20 


1,30 


1.40 



Items marked thus $ not carried in stock, but shipped direct from factory. 



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145 



SINGLE WALL FITTINGS 
REGISTER ANGLES, ELBOWS AND BOOTS 

(For Fir«t Floor.) 



iilJ BHf 



i 



Cut 5— Boot 






Cut 5 — Boot with Elbow 



Cut 7 — Boot 



Cut 7 — Boot with Ang^le 




Cut 7— Boot with Elbow 




Cut 57 — Boot with Reversible Bollar 

LIST PRICES 

OF SINGLE FITTINGS FOR FIRST FLOOR 
BASEBOARD REGISTERS One- Way Box or Head 












Size of 




Sgle. 


Sgle. 


Sire of 


Base 


Jones 


Nat'l 


Warm 


All 


El- 


Angle 


Reg. 


Ext'n 


Nat'J 


Air 


Boots 


bow 


Cut 










Pipe 




Cut 5 


1 


8x10 


2H' 


8533^ 


53 J^ 


8' 


$ .95 


$ .70 


$ .55 


8x12 


2H' 


852 J^ 


523^ 


9' 


1.05 


.80 


.60 


8x 12 


^H' 


85234 


B2H 


9' or 10' 


1.15 


.85 


,65 


9x 12 


2H' 


8543^ 


543^ 


9' 


1.05 


.80 


.60 


9x 12 


Wa' 


854 Ji 


54 M 


9*^ or 10" 


1.15 


.85 


.65 


10 X 12 


214' 


855 


55 


10' 


1.15 


.85 


.65 


10 X 12 


3J<' 


855M 


55 3< 


10' 


1.15 


.85 


.65 


11 X 13 


314' 


856 


56 


12' 


1.20 


.90 


.70 


11 X 13 


h^r 


8556 


556 


12' or 14' 


1.30 


1.10 


.85 


12x14 


SVr' 


857 


57 


12' 


1.30 


1.10 


.85 


12x14 


BH' 


8557 


557 


12' or 14' 


1.55 


1.20 


.95 



Cut 18 — Boot 



LIST PRICES 

OF SINGLE FITTINGS FOR FIRST FLOOR 
BASEBOARD REGISTERS Two- Way Box or Head 





I 




Size of 




Single 


Single 


Size of 


Base 


Jones 


Nat'l 


Warm 


All 


E- 


Angle 


Reg. 


Ext'n 


Nat'l 


Air 


Boots 


bow 


Cut 










Pipe 




Cut 5 


1 


2- 8x10 


2H' 


2-853 H 


2-53 J^ 


9' 


$1.20 


1 .95 


$ .70 


2- 8x12 


2M' 


2-8523^ 


2-523^ 


10' 


1.30 


1.05 


.80 


2- 8x12 


3K' 


2-85234 


2-52 M 


10' or 12' 


1.35 


1.15 


.85 


2- 9x12 


234' 


2-8543^ 


2-543^ 


10' 


1.30 


1.05 


.80 


2- 9x12 


334' 


2-854 M 


2-5434 


10' or 12' 


1.35 


1.15 


.85 


2-10x12 


214' 


2-855 


2-55 


12' 


1.30 


1.05 


.80 


2-10x12 


3 34' 


2-85534 


2-5534 


12' 


1.35 


1.15 


.85 


2-11x13 


3M' 


2-856 


2-56 


14' 


1.45 


1.20 


.90 


2-11x13 


514' 


2-8556 


2-556 


14' 


1.80 


1.30 


1.10 


2-12x14 


3 7/^' 


2-857 


2-57 


14' 


1.80 


1.30 


1.10 


2-12x14 


BH" 


2-8557 


2-557 


14' or 16' 


2.05 


1.55 


1.20 



The Single Boots above illustrated fit NATIONAL Baseboard Registers and also JONES-NATIONAL Registers. 

Special attention is called to the possible varioiis uses of the Cuts 5 and 7 Boots when used with either angle or without 
or elbow. 

Ust prices cover boots with standard size collars. Additional charge of $0.20 each for boot collars other than standard. 



146 



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SINGLE WALL FITTINGS 
REGISTER HEADS 

(To Fit First Floor Registers. When Stack Is to be extended to 2nd Floor, specify "With Top Collar/ 




Cut 20— Head 




Cut 30 — Head 



LIST PRICES OF SINGLE FITTINGS FOR FIRST FLOOR BASEBOARD REGISTERS 

One- Way Box or Head 











Size of 




Cut 20 


Size of 


Base 


Jones 


National 


Warm Air 


Cut 20 Head 


Head With 


Register 


Extension 


National 




Pipe 


Top Closed 


Top Collar 


8x 10 


2^" 


8533^ 


53 J^ 


%" 


$ .85 


' $1.00 


8x 12 


2^" 


852 J^ 


523^ 


r 


.95 


1.10 


8x 12 


W^" 


852}^ 


52 J4 


9" or lO"' 


1,00 


1.25 


9x 12 


2^" 


8543^ 


543^ 


9" 


.95 


1.10 


9x 12 


W^" 


854 Ji 


54 }i 


9" or 10" 


1.00 


1.25 


10 X 12 


2H'' 


855 


65 


10" 


1.00 


1.20 


10 X 12 


3H' 


855^ 


55^ 


10" 


1.00 


1.25 


11 X 13 


SH" 


856 


56 


12" 


1.10 


1.30 


11 X 13 


5M' 


8556 


556 


12" or 14" 


1.20 


1.45 


12 X 14 


SVs' 


857 


57 


12" 


1.20 


1.45 


12 X 14 


W4: 


8557 


557 


12" or 14" 


1.45 


1.70 



LIST PRICES OF SINGLE FITTINGS FOR FIRST FLOOR BASEBOARD REGISTERS 

Two- Way Box or Head 



Add $0,50 net for heads wider or narrower than regular. 



Size of 
Register 


Base 

Extension 


Jones 
National 


National 


Size of 

Warm Air 

Pipe 


Cut 30 
Head 


Cut 30 
Head With 
Top Collar 


Single 
Angle 
Cut 1 


2- 8 X 10 


2Ji^ 

2^' 
3^" 

2y^ 

2H' 
BH' 


2-8533^ 

2-8523^ 
2-852^ 
2-854 J^ 

2-SUH 

2-855 

2-85534 

2-856 

2-8556 

2-857 

2-8557 


2-53 H 
2-523^ 
2-52 Ji 
2-543^ 

2-54 M 
2-55 

2-55 M 

2-56 

2-556 

2-57 

2-557 


9" 

10" 
10" or 12" 

10" 
10" or 12" 

12" 

12" 

14" 

14" 

14" 
14" or 16' 


$1.10 
1.20 
1.25 
1.20 
1.25 
1.20 
1.25 
1,35 
1.70 
1.70 
1.95 




$ .70 


2- 8 X 12 




.80 


2- 8 X 12 
2- 9 X 12 


$1.50 


.85 
.80 


2- 9 X 12 
2-10 X 12 


1.50 


.85 
.80 


2-10 X 12 
2-11 X 13 
2-11 X 13 
2-12 X 14 
2-12 X 14 


1.50 
1.60 
2.05 
2.05 
2»35 


.85 

.90 

1.10 

1.10 

1.20 



JANNEY, SEMPLE; HILL & CO. 



147 



FLOOR REGISTER BOXES 

(For First Floor.) 





Cut SOS 




bCut 70— Box Double Tin 



Cut 32 — Regrister Box 



Register 
Size 


Collar 


Cut 70 
Double 


Cut 32-40-50 
L C. 


Cut 32-40-50 
L X. 


Cut 40 
Galvanized 


8x10 


8 in. 


$1.08 


$0.72 






8x12 


8 in. 


I.IG 


.77 






9x12 


9 in. 


1.29 


.86 






10x12 


10 in. 


"l.44 


.96 


$1.08 




10x14 


10 in. 


1.60 


1.05 


1.20 




12x14 


12 in. 


1.73 


1.15 


1.45 ' 


$1.80 


12x15 


12 in. 


1.80 


1.20 


1.45 


1.80 


14x16 


14 in. 


2.88 




1.92 


2.15 


14x18 


14 in. 


3.24 




2.16 


2-40 


16x18 


16 in. 


4.00 




2.65 


3.00 


16x20 


16 in. 


4.50 




3.00 


3.10 


16x24 


16 in. 








3.60 


18x24 


18 in. 








4.30 


20x24 


20 in. 








4.80 


20x26 


20 in. 








5.40 


22x28 


22 in. 








6.00 


24x30 


24 in. 








7.30 


30x30 


28 in. 








8.40 


30x36 


30 in. 








9.60 


36x36 34 in. 


\ 


1 


12.00 



Items marked thus t not carried in stock, but shipped direct from factory. 



148 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



ROUND PIPE ELBOWS 
GALVANIZED 

"The Quality Pipe of Mechanical Perfection" 




('asing Collar for 
Side of Bonnet 





Smoke Tee 






Casing Collar for 
Top of Bonnet 



Smoke ripe 




2-piece Galvanized Iron 
Adjustable Elbow 30° 






2-piece Galvanized Iron 
Adjustable Elbow 45* 



3-piece Galvanized Iron 
Adjustable Elbow 60 • 



4-piece Galvanized Iron 
Adjustable Elbow 90* 




TIN WARM AIR PIPE AND ADJUSTABLE ELBOWS 



Nested Tin Pipe is manufactured in sizes ranging 
from 8 inches to 20 inches. 8-inch, 9-inch, 10-inch and 
12-inch being packed in cartons containing 50 feet. 
Larger sizes packed 30 feet to the package. 





Nested Pipe Locked 



4 Piece Adjustable Elbow 90* 



Nested Pipe Before 
Being Locked 



, J, 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



149 



FURNACE PIPE & FITTINGS 
ROUND 





5 or 6 
inch 


7 
inch 


8 
inch 


9 

inch 


10 

inch 


12 

inch 


14 

inch 


16 

inch 


18 

inch 


20 

inch 


22 

inch 


24 

inch 


26 

inch 


28 
inch 


30 

inch 


I. C. TIN PIPE 
Nested Per Foot. 


.29 
.32 


.30 
.33 

.36 
.39 

.27 
.32 
.40 

.50 


.33 
.36 

.40 
.43 

.30 
.35 
.45 
.55 


.37 

.40 

.45 
.48 

.35 
.40 

.50 
.60 


.42 
.45 

.50 
.53 

.40 
.45 

.58 
.70 


.51 
.51 

.60 
.63 

.55 

.60 

.80 

1.00 


.78 
.81 


.90 
.93 
















Made Up Per Foot 




I. X. TIN PIPE 
Nested Per Foot 




Wade Up Per Foot 


















ADJUSTABLE TIN 
I. C. Two Piece Angles 30° 


.25 

.28 
.35 
.45 
















[. C. Two Piece Angles 45'' 




















[. C. Three Piece Elbows 60** 




















I. C. Four Pieee Elbows 90° 






. , . 






, 


... 


'/.■.;:i'::."* 


I. X. Two Piece Angles 30° 






.40 
.46 
.56 
.65 


.45 

.52 
.63 
.72 


.50 

.58 

.73 

.85 

2.60 


.65 

.75 

1,00 

1.25 


.95 
1.10 
1.40 
1.70 


1.40 
1.60 
2.00 
2.40 
6-00 
















[. X. Two Piece Angles 45° 




















[. X. Three Piece Elbows 60° 


..... 


















. X, Four Piece Elbows 90° 




' 
















f Joint I. C 






|. ..;. 


3.40 5,00 


8.00 


10.00 


















1 












f Joint I. X 




.20 

,40 
1.40 

.39 

.52 
.57 
.68 


Prices on ADDlication 


.60 
1.00 
5.05 

.80 
1.35 
1.50 
2 00 
















IC. for Top Hood 




.24 

.40 

1.70 

.43 

.56 
.62 

78 


.28 

.46 

1.96 

.47 
.66 
.72 

.88 


.30 

.50 
2.20 

.52 

.76 

.87 

103 


.36 

.60 

3.20 

.62 

.96 

1.07 

1 33 


.46 

.74 

4.39 

70 
1.10 
1.20 
1.65 
















1 C. for Side Hood 


















Jets of Elbows, Ang., CoL, Damp . 


.36 
.42 
.45 

.50 
















GALV. GOODS NO. 26 GA. 
^ipe Per Foot Nested 


.95 
1.65 

1.85 
2.50 


1.10 

1.80 
2.35 
2 90 


1.35 
2.00 
2.60 
3.20 


1.60 
2.30 
3.00 
3.70 


1.85 
2.60 
3.40 
4.20 


2.10 
3.00 
3.95 
4 90* 


2.35 
3.50 

4.55 
5.60 


rwo Piece Angles 30° 


rwo Piece Angles 45° 


rhree Piece Elbows 60 


'our Piece Elbows 90° 


.60 1 
1.10 

.45 

.48 
.50 


.82 
1.10 

.48 
.61 
,67 


.94 11.06 1 
PrififlR ft 


1 20 


1 AH 


9 TO 


2 70 


5 in 


3.80 


4.40 


5.20 


6.00 


7.00 


8.00 


1^ Joints 


n AppH'*-A.'t'.iftn 




r Joints 


1.30 

.52 

.66 


1.50 

.59 
.76 


1.90 

.64 
.91 


2.60 










GALV. GOODS NO. 24 GA. 
*ipe Per Foot Nested 


.80 
1-16 





















Vo Piece Angles 30° 




















Vo Piece Angles 45°. 


.77 1 .87 


1.07 1.37 1 





















"hree Piece Elbows 60** 


.60 

.80 

1.45 


.70 
1.00 
1.45 


.80 .95 
1.10 1.30 


1.25 1.55 1 
1.50 1.90 1 




















'our Piece Elbows 90° 




















' Joints 


1.75 1 


2.20 


2.60 


3.40 1 





















SINGLE ROUND PIPE AND ELBOWS 

Weig^hts in Pounds per 100 Pieces — Elbows or 100 feet pipe 
These Weights are for the Material only and Do Not Include Castings 





7 
inch 


8 
inch 


9 

inch 


10 
inch 


.2 

inch 


14 

inch 


16 
inch 


18 

inch 


20 
inch 


22 
inch 


24 

inch 


26 
inch 


28 
inch 


30 

inch 


C. Nested Pipe.. 


95 

95 

125 

120 

170 
185 
225 
225 


103 
110 
135 
150 
200 
225 
250 
270 


112 
135 
158 
175 
230 
270 
276 
350 


122 
160 
175 
210 
250 
300 
300 
420 


155 

200 
250 


235 


3i5 

490 
365 
725 


425 
875 


460 
920 


520 
1250 


550 
1350 


625 
1575 


650 
1850 




C. Elbows, 4-pc., 90° 




X. Nested Pipe 


■ • • 


X. Elbows, 4-pc., 90° 




fo. 26 Gauge Galv. Pipe 


300 ' ^^^ 


745 
2025 


fo. 26 Ga. Galv. Elbows, 4-pc 


400 
350 
500 


525 
450 
785 


fo. 24 Ga. Galv. Smoke Pipe 


fo. 24 GauKc Galv. Smoke Elbow, 4-pc., 





150 



JANNEY; SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



COLD AIR SHOES, ETC. 



GALVANIZED COLD AIR SHOES 




$Cat 102— Shoe 
LIST PRICES 

OF GALVANIZED COLD-AIR SHOES 



Size of 
Square End 


Size of 

Collar 

in inches 


Round 

Pipe Area 

Sq. Ins. 


Shoe Cut 
108 


Shoe Cut 
102 


12x18 


14 


154 


$ 4.85 


$ 4.85 


12x22 


16 


201 


5.30 


5.30 


12x24 


18 


254 


6.15 


6.15 


14x26 


20 


314 


7.00 


7.00 


14 X 30 


22 


380 


8.00 


8.00 


14 X 36 


24 


452 


9.00 


9.00 


14x44 


26 


531 


10.00 


10.00 


14x50 


28 


616 


11.00 


11.00 


15x66 


30 


707 


13.00 


13.00 



When ordering give cut niunber, diameter of casing end 
size of collar wanted. 

Items marked thus ^ not carried in stock, but shipped dir- 
ect from factory. 



CEILING PLATES 




LIST PRICES 



Collar 


Cut 207 
Top Size 


Cut 207 
List 


14' 


16 X 33' 


$1.90 


16' 


18 X 33' 


2.05 


18' 


20 X 33' 


2.20 


20' 


22 X 33' 


2.35 




22' 


24 X 33' 


2.56 


24' 


26 X 33' 


2.86 


26' 


28 X 33' 


3.16 


28' 


30 X 33' 


3.46 


30' 


32 X 33' 


3.76 



DRAW BANDS 




6-inch — Each $0.iO 

7-inch — Each .43 

8-inch — Each .46 

9-inch — Each , , , .60 

10-inch — Each .66 

IS-inch — Each 63 

14-inch — Each 73 

16-inch — Each JSi 

18-inch — Each M 

20-inch — Each 1,18 

22-inch— Each 1.38 

24-inch — Each 1.03 

26-inch— Each l.M 

28-inch--Each 2.U 

30-inch— Each 2il 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



151 



CAST IRON SMOKE PIPES 






12-liicb Section. 




24-ineh Section. 



OrmX Joint. 



12 to 10 Redueor- 







4S* Elbow. Cap to Close End of T«e. Special Oval. Collar. 



90* Elbow. 






No. 1 Tee. 



Slip Joint. 



No. 2 Check Draft. 



Busbinff. 




No. S Tee. 





No. 2 Tee 



No. 1 Check Draft 
with 1 ft. of Pipe. 








xo nz 


peninsrs 


xne £ 


ections 


are inte 


rchange 


able to 


fit each 


other, and nest closely for shipping. 


Sizes Pipe per 

Inches fi inpliPa 


Pipe 
Per foot 


ELBOWS 


Check Draft 


Smoke 

Tee and 

Oval 

Joint 


Slip 
Joints 


Reducers and 
Bushings 


Caps to 
Close 
End 

of Tee 


Pipe 
Exten- 
sion 






90« 


45*' 


22 H** 


No. 1. 

ft. P. 


No. 2 


6 


.90 


$1.50 


$1.75 


$1.00 








.75 


$1.00 








8 


1.18 


2.35 


2.75 


1.85 




$4.15 


$2.00 


$2.75 


1.25 


Reducers. 9 to 8 — $1.20 


$0.75 


$0.65 


9 


1.38 


2.75 


3.15 


2.10 




4.65 


2.40 


3.15 


1.50 


Reducers. 10 to 9 — $1.40 


.90 


.76 


10 


1.58 


3.15 


3.60 


2.50 




4.75 


2.85 


3.75 


1.75 


Reducers. 11 to 10 — $1.60 


1.10 


.90 


12 


2.08 


4.15 


9.00 


4.50 


2.25 


6.00 


3.25 


6.50 


2.25 


Reducers, 12 to 10— $2.00 


1.30 


1.15 


14 


2.50 


5.00 






3.25 






12.00 


3.25 


Bushings. 8 to 7^70c 


1.60 


1.30 


16 


2.93 


6.85 


a... ii_ 




3.75 






14.50 


4.25 




2.00 


1.60 



In m^^^nf w"? extensively for flue lining When to be used for this purpose please so indicate and brass bolts will be suppUed 
In place of iron. For weight see page 744. (Crating Charged Mxtra at Cost.) u »oa muiws wm ue Bui/piic« 



152 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



CAST IRON SMOKE PIPE 



WEIGHTS OF KNOX EVERLASTING CAST IRON SMOKE PIPE 







Weight 


SO'' 


45* 22% • 


No. 1 


No, 2 






Oval 


Oval 


Slip ^ 


Size 




Per Ft. 


ElU 


ElU ElU 


Check 


Check 




Tees 


Joints 


Collars 


Joints 


6" 




8 lbs. 


8 lbs. 


5 lbs. 6 lbs. 


16 lbs. 


8 lbs. 




16 lbs. 


15 lbs. 


3 lbs. 


5 lbs. 


8" 




14 lbs. 


14 lbs. 


9 lbs. 8 lbs. 


17 lbs. 


10^ lbs. 


16 lbs. 


17 lbs. 


4 lbs. 


9 lbs. 


9" 




16 lbs. 


15 lbs. 


11 lbs. 9 lbs. 


18 lbs. 


12 lbs. 




22 lbs. 


18 lbs. 


5 lbs. 


10 lbs. 


10" 




18 lbs. 


19 lbs. 


13 lbs. 10 lbs. 


25 lbs. 


15 lbs 




35 lbs. 




6 lbs. 


10 lbs. 


12" 




22 lbs. 


40 lbs. 


14 lbs. 


50 lbs. 






53 lbs. 




7 lbs. 


11 lbs. 


14" 




32 lbs. 


44 lbs. 


18 lbs. 












8 lbs. 


17 lbs. 


16" 




40 lbs. 


50 lbs. 










70 lbs. 






19 lbs. 










Laundry Stove 








Caps to 




Inside and Outside 




Reducers 




Collars 






Close Tees 




Bands 


9" 


to 


8" 4 


lbs. 


9" to 6" 3% 


lbs. 




8" 


2^ lbs. 




3 


lbs. 


lo- 


to 


9" 6 


lbs. 


10" to 6" 3 


lbs. 




9" 


2^ lbs. 




3 


lbs. 


ll" 


to 


10" 7 


lbs. 


12" to 8" 5 


lbs. 




10" 


ZV4. lbs. 




4 


lbs. 


12" 


to 


10" 8 


lbs. 








12" 

14" 
16" 


5 lbs. 
5 lbs. 
7 lbs 




41/^ 
6 

7 


lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs- 



4 



Bushings 

8" to 7" 3 lbs. 



FURNACE CLEANERS 



SkuttU 




Soot is an insulator against heat. It is the enemy 
of efficient radiation. Goverment investigations during 
the war showed that one-sixteenth inch of soot means 
t loss of 26.2% of heat radiation. 



Nineteen out of twenty furnaces are built with heal 
radiators, commonly known as the horseshoe, type, simi 
lar to the illustration shown here. These radiaton 
rapidly fill with soot, and when it is not removed, furnaa 
radiation is cut down materially. 

The Skuttle Radiator Cleaner is a handy room too 
that makes it possible for the user to clean out th( 
radiator of his furnace just as regularly as he takes ou 
the ashes. It makes the radiator 100% efficient for hsat 
ing and effects a big saving on fuel bills, because hi 
gets more heat from less coal. This cleaner reache 
more than half way around the radiator either way 
so that you can reach soot farthest away from the clean 
out door It telescopes or folds for long or short lengths 
The handle is rigid when unfolded, and it is easy to holi 
the scraper above the soot while reaching back to thi 
farthermost part of the radiator. 



"THE COST OF SOOT IN YOUR FURNACE" 



Soot 

1-32 inch 
1-16 inch 
1-8 inch 
3-16 inch 

:t:Skuttle- 

Each . . , 



Heat Loss 


Loss per ton of $10 Cos 


9.8% 


$0.9 


26.2% 


2.5 


45.2% 


4.5 


62.0% 


6.21 



-Length, 60 inches; weight, each, 3% poundi 
S3,Bi 



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JONES-NATIONAL REGISTERS 

Furnished complete with double ventilated boxes. No leakag-e between register and box. 



DIAMOND DESIGN 




DIAMOND QUALITY 



(E8ISTE1 FACE AIE^ 

Eml»ss«4. fiivifl 
imam Slrsiifth^ 






«lpeilH(i tht 



FREE AIR SPACE 

mm OF pEEPLr 



PRI 



^ 



I OF 



WALg: 




Register is attached to box by bending a flexible tin flange 
over the frame of JONES-NATIONAL REGISTER, after 
first drawing the frame of register tight to box by a bolt on 
each side of frame, as shown in illustration at left. 

The connec- 
tion, thus made, 
is streak-proof 
in every partic- 
ular. The tin 
flange is light 
and easly bent 
over and laid in 
place over regis- 
ter frame. No 
hammer or tools 
necessary. 




154 



; SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



JONES-NATIONAL REGISTERS 

"The Quality Pipe of Mechanical Perfection" 
Baseboard 
(One Way) 





First Floor Style Second Floor Style 

LIST PRICES OF FIRST FLOOR SINGLE HEAD SIZES 





Size of 


Base 


Size of 




White Japan 




Plated 


Gross Wght 


Catalog 


Register 


Extension 


Basement 


Black 


and 


Oxidized 


Brass 


Packed for 


Number 


Face 


from Plaster 


Pipe 


Japan 


Lacquered 


Copper 


Bronze, 


Shipping, 




in Inches 


in Inches 


in Inches 




Bronze 




Nickel 


Pounds 


853 H 


10 X 8 


2M 


8 


$4.00 


$4.50 


$5.50 


$6.00 


8 


852 K 


12 X 8 


3M 


9 or 10 


5.50 


6.00 


7.00 


7.40 


m 


854 J^ 


12 X 9 


2H 


'9 


5.25 


5.75 


6.75 


7.25 


10 


sua 


12 X 9 


SH 


9 or 10 


5.75 


6.25 


7.25 


7.65 


10^ 


855 


12 X 10 


2Vs 


10 


6.25 


6.75 


8.00 


8.50 


103^ 


856 


13x11 


SH 


12 


7.00 


7.75 


9.00 


10.00 


12 


867 


14 X 12 


W% 


12 or 14 


8.50 


9.50 


10,50 


11.50 


13 


855M 


12 X 10 


SH 


10 


6.50 


7.00 


8.00 


8,75 


11 


8556 


13 X 11 


5)4 


12 or 14 


8.00 


8.75 


10.00 


11.00 


12 


8557 


14 X 12 


5M 


14 or 16 


9.00 


10.00 


11.00 


12.00 • 


13 



LIST PRICES OF SECOND FLOOR SINGLE HEAD SIZES 



Catalog 
Number 



Size of 
Register 

Face 
in Inches 



Base 
Extension 
from Wall 
in Inches 



Size of 

Single 

Wall Stack 

in Inches 



Black 
Japan 



White 

Japan and 

Lacquered 

Bronze 



Oxidized 
Copper 



Brass, 
Bronze 

and 
Nickel 



853 
852 

854 



10 X 8 
12x8 
12 X 9 



13^ 



No. 7 
No. 8 
No. 9 



$3.60 
4.00 
4.50 



$4.20 
4.80 
6.25 



$5.00 
5.50 
6.00 



$6,60 
6.00 
6.50 



8 
9 
9H 



Above list prices include register and boxes that fit standard sizes of Double and Single Wall Stack, 
All First Floor Jones-National Register boxes, excepting Nos. 853 1^ and 854^, are fitted with wall stack collars and an 
shipped with these closed with top plates which can be easily removed. 

Sizes Nos. 853 1^ and 854 ^^ have no top collar unless specially ordered with top collar. 

The center of the Jones-National Register is removable by a half turn of button, which releases engaging lugs at bottom 
of center. 

Each JONES-NATIONAL REGISTER is shipped INDIVIDUALLY PACKED in a heavy corrugated Container, Easy to 
stock. Always clean. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 
JONES-NATIONAL REGISTERS 

Base Board 
(Two Way) 

Require Less Labor — Properly Installed Do Not Soil Walls 



155 




COMPLETE WITH DOUBLE METAL BOXES 

First Floor Style 




Second Floor Style 





LIST PRICES OF 


FIRST FLOOR DOUBLE HEAD SIZES 










Base 






White 






Gross 




Size of 


Extension 


Size of 




Japan 




Plated 


Weight 


Catalog 


Register 


from 


Basement 


Black 


or 


Oxidized 


Brass 


Packed for 


Number 


Face 


Plaster 


Pipe 


Japan 


Lacquered 


Copper 


Bronze, 


Shipping, 




in Inches 


in Inches 


in Inches 




Bronze, 


Nickel 


Pounds 


2-862^ 


2-12 X 8 


S}4 


10 or 12 


$ 8.40 


$ 9.40 


$11.40 


$12.25 


13 


2-8533^ 


2-10 X 8 


^H 


9 


6.50 


7.50 


9.50 


10.50 


123^ 


2-8543^ 


2-12 X 9 


2H 


10 


8.50 


9.60 


11.50 


12.50 


14 


2-854 M 


2 12 X 9 


SH 


10 or 12 


9.40 


10.40 


12.40 


13.20 


15 


2-855 


2-12 X 10 


2% 


12 


10,00 


11,00 


13.00 


14.00 


16Ji 


2-856 


2-13 X 11 


W4. 


14 


11.50 


13.00 


15.50 


17.00 


18 


2-857 


2-14 X 12 


Wz 


14 or 16 


14.50 


16.50 


18.50 


20.00 


19 


2-855^^ 


2-12 X 10 


m 


12 


10.50 


12.00 


14.00 


15.00 


16 


2-8556 


2-13 X 11 


^H 


14 


14,00 


15.00 


17.00 


18.00 


1S}4 


2-8557 


2-14 X 12 


5M 


16 


16.00 


17.00 


19.00 


20.00 


193^ 



LIST PRICES OF SECOND FLOOR DOUBLE HEAD SIZES 













White 










Size of 


Base 


Size of 




Japan 




Brass, 


Gross Wt. 


Catalog 


Register 


Extension 


Single 


Black 


or 


Oxidized 


Bronze 


Packed for 


Number 


Face 


from Wall 


Wall Stack 


Japan 


Lacqnered 


Copper 


and 


Shipping, 




in Inches 


in Inches 


in Inches 




Bronze 




Nickel 


Pounds 


2-853 


2-10 X 8 


}Y3 


No. 7 


$5,75 


$6.50 


$8.50 


$9.60 


lOH 


2-862 


2-12 X 8 


IVs 


No. 8 


6.50 


7.50 


9.50 


10.50 


123^ 


2-854 


2-12 X 9 


IH 


No. 9 


7.00 


8.00 


10.00 


11.00 


13 



All First Floor JONES -NATIONAL REGISTERS. excepUng 2-854%, are fitted with Wall Stack Collars and are sMpped 
hese collars with top plates which can be easily removed. Size 2-854 V^ has no top collar unless specially ordered with top 

The Center of the JONES -NATIONAL REGISTER Is removable by a half turn of a button, which releases engaging 
lugs at bottom of center. 

Special boxes for JONES-NATIONAL REGISTERS for partitions wider or narrower than Regular take an Extra $2.00 
Sst. Give extreme outside to outside width of partitions in such cases. 

Two-way Jones-National Registers can be furnished with a different finish on each side. 

Each JONES-NATIONAL REGISTER is shipped INDIVIDUALLY PACKED in a Heavy Corrugated Container. Easy 
a stock. Always clean. 



156 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



JONES-NATIONAL REGISTERS 
"SPECIAL" BASEBOARD 

Furnished only Complete with Double Metal Boxes 
REQUIRE NO PARTITION SPACES 

Can be installed In old houses as easily as floor registers, without cutting joists, sills, studding or lath and plaster. 





SECOND FLOOR 
Complete With Box 



Wi 



FIRST FLOOR 

Complete with Double Box 

Saves cutting joists and siUs 

Made in First Floor Sizes for all popular sizes of basement pipe. 

JONES-NATIONAL SPECIAL REGISTERS take same corresponding sizes of boots, elbows and angles as JONES -NATION- 
AL REGISTERS. 

JONES -NATIONAL "SPECIALS" are installed in the same manner as first floor. Adapted for use in old building! 
where wall stacks must be set outside of wall instead of inside. 

LIST PRICES OF FIRST FLOOR JONES-NATIONAL '^SPECIALS 





Size of 


Size of 






White 




Brass 


Gross 


Catalog 


Register 


Basement 


Size of 


Black 


Japan or 


Oxidized 


Bronze 


Weight 


Number 


Face 


Pipe 


Boot 


Japan 


Lacquered 


Copper 


or 


Packed for 




in Inches 


in Inches 


in Inches 




Bronze 




Nickel 


Shipping 


7533^ 


10 X 8 


8 


63^x10^ 


$ 5.60 


$ 6.00 


$ 7.00 


$ 7.50 


8 


754 J^ 


12 X 9 


9 


6^x12^ 


6.76 


7.25 


8.26 


8.75 


10 


755 


12 X 10 


10 


6^xl2f^ 


7.76 


8.25 


9.60 


10.00 


11 


756 


13 X 11 


12 


7 xl3^ 


8.50 


9.25 


10.60 


U.60 


12 


757 


14 X 12 


12 or 14 


IVsxUVs 


10.00 


11.00 


12.00 


13.00 


13 


LIJ 


5T PRICES SECOND FLOOR JONES-NATIONAL "SPECIALS" COMPLETE WITH BOXES 




Size of 








White 




Brass 


Gross Wt, 


Catalog 


Register 


Size of 


Size of 


Black 


Japan or 


Oxidized 


Bronze 


in pounds 


Number 


Face 


Single Wall Stack 


Double 


Japan 


Lacquered 


Copper 


or 


Packed for 




in Inches 




Wall Stack 




Bronze 




Nickel 


Shipping 


763 


10 X 8 


3 X 10 or 33^ X 10 


No. 7 


$5.00 


$5.50 


$6.50 


$7.00 


8 


752 


12 X 8 


3 X 12 or 33^ X 12 


No. 8 


5.50 


6.25 


7.00 


7.75 


10 


754 


12 X 9 


3 X 13 or 33^ X 13 


No. 9 


6.00 


6.75 


7.50 


8.00 


lOH 


Above Second Floor JONES-NATIONAL SPECIAL REGISTERS are packed INDIVIDUALLY. 




LIST PRICES OF JONES-NATIONAL SPECIAL REGISTERS WITHOUT BOXES 






Size of 






White Japan 




Brass 


Catalo 


g 


Register 




Black 


or 


Oxidized 


Bronze 


Nurnb^ 


iT 


Face 
in Inches 




Japan 


Lacquered 
Bronze 


Copper 


or 
Nickel 


753 H 




10 X 8 


FIRST FLOOR 


$3.40 


$3.90 


$4.90 


$5.40 


7543^ 


t 


12 X 9 




4.55 


6.05 


6.05 


6.56 


765 




12 X 10 




5.36 


6.85 


7.10 


7.60 


766 




13 X 11 




6.00 


6.75 


8.00 


9.00 


757 




14x12 


SECOND FLOOR 


7.20 


8.20 


9.20 


10.20 


753 




10 X 8 




3.15 


3.75 


4.65 


5.25 


752 




12 X 8 




3.50 


4.25 


5.00 


5.75 


754 




12 X 9 




3.80 


4.55 


6.30 


5.80 



For "Two-Inch" Studding or "Plat-Stud" Partitions we offer 
tajces same list as Jones-National Special Register. 



the JONES-NATIONAL FLAT-STUD REGISTER, whleb 



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BASEBOARD REGISTERS 
PANAMA 

A NEW DESIGN MADE OF PRESSED COLD ROLLED STEEL 
Deeply Embossed Narrow Parallel Bar Desigrn Affords Maximum Capacity 




First Floor Style 

As a Departure in Register Design we offer the Panama Register which has a free Air Capacity exceeded by none 
yet very pleasing in appearance— an accomplishment of Beautified Simplicity and Full Capacity. 

PANAMA REGISTER is made of two parts— a register and a border or frame. The frame fits against the plastered wall 
md the register box passes through the opening and turns over similarly to a floor register box in a floor border The center or 
register proper, fits over the opening of box by means of two lugs at the top and one or two lugs at the bottom * making a neat 
finish, as shown in the illustration. We guarantee Panama Registers against breakage. The lugs at bottom release or fasten 
lenter tc frame by a half turn. 




Second Floor Style and Base Extension 

Second Floor PANAMA REGISTERS are attached to Register Box by Flanging Box over frame to make a Sealed-Tlght 
toection to Prevent Streaked Walls— Same as First Floor. PANAMA REGISTERS offer maximum Beauty. Capacity and Neat- 
ess in Design. Neat Round Corners and Graceful in every Detail. 

To prevent mistakes when ordering, use catalog number. 

Register bottom sets level with finished floor; bottom flange of box should set two inches higher. 

Compare the Low Lists and Consider Quality. 



158 



No. 955 



No. 952 S4 
No. 95414 
No. 955% 
No. 95fi 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



BASEBOARD REGISTERS 

PANAMA 

IH-INCH BASE EXTENSION (For Second Floor) 







Size of Face 


Size ot Warm Air 


Black 


White Japan or 


Oxidized 






in Inches 


Pipe In Inches 


Japan 


Lacquer Bronze 


Copper 


No. 


953 


10x8 


3MjxlOor 
No. 7 


$2.00 


$2.35 


$3.50 


No. 


952 


12x8 


3V^xl2or 
No. 8 


2.40 


2.90 


3.95 


No. 


954 


12x9 


31^x12 or 
No. 8 


2.50 


3.00 


4.00 




Gross 
Brass, Bronze Qty. in R( 
or Nickel Ship. Case InUi 
$3.85 25 



4 35 
4.40 



25 
25 



2»4-INCH BASE EXTENSION (For First Floor) 



No. 


9531/^ 


Size of Face 

in Inches 

10x8 


Size of Warm Air 

Pipe In Inches 

8 


Black 
Japan 
$2.00 


White Japan or 
Lacquer Bronze 
$2.35 


Oxidized 
Copper 
$3.50 


Brass, Bronze 

or Nickel 

$3.85 


Gross Wt. Pi 

Qty. in RegM 

Ship. Case InUi 

25 )!i 


No. 


952^ 


12x8 


8 or 9 


2.40 


2,90 


3.95 


4.35 


25 Vi 


No. 


954 H 


12x9 


9 


3.00 


3.50 


4.50 


4.90 


25 n 



2%-INCH BASE EXTENSION (For First Floor) 



Size of Face 


Size of Warm Air 


Black 


White Japan or 


Oxidized 


in Inches 


Pipe In Inches 


Japan 


Lacquer Bronze 


Copper 


12x10 


10 


$3.75 


$4.35 


$5.50 



Gross Wt.Pc 

Brass, Bronze Qty. in Eegiste; 

or Nickel Ship. Case inlii 

$6.10 25 



3^4 -INCH EXTENSION (For First Floor) 



Size of Face 
in Inches 
12x8 
12x9 
12x10 
13x11 



Size of Warm Air 
Pipe In Inches 
9 

9 or 10 
10 
12 



Black 

Japan 

$3.00 

3.25 

4.00 

4.50 



White Japan or 
Lacquer Bronze 
$3.50 

3.75 
4.60 
5.25 



Oxidized 
Copper 

$4.50 
4.75 
5.75 
6.75 



Brass, Bronze 

or Nickel 

$4.90 

5.15 

6.35 

7.50 



Gross Wt. Pt 

Qty. in Regisic 

Ship. Case 

25 






25 
25 
25 



5^-INCH BASE EXTENSION (For First Floor) 





Size of Face 


Size of Warm Air 


Black 


White 


Oxidized 




in Inches 


Pipe In Inches 


Japan 


Japan 


Copper 


No. 9556 


13x11 


12 or 14 


$5.95 


$6.00 


$7.50 


No. 9557 


14x12 


14 or 16 


6.50 


7.50 


8.50 



Gross Wt. Per 

Brass, Bronze Qty. in Regteter 

or Nickel Ship. Case in Lti 

$8.25 20 il 

9.50 20 S^ 



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CONVEX REGISTERS 
PANAMA 

MADE OF EXTRA HEAVY COLD BOIXED STEEL 
A NEW DESIGN MADE OF PRESSED COLD ROLLED STEEL 

The Deeply Embossed Narrow Parallel Bar Design Affords Maximum Capacity. 

Therefore in this new Design we offer In the Panama Convex Register a Free Air Capacity. Exceeded by none, yet very 
pleasmg In Design— An Achievement of Beautified Simplicity and Full Capacity. 



To be Placed Above Baseboard In The Side Wall, 

Panama Convex Registers are made either Horizontal or Vertical. 

The first figure given in numbering denotes the width of the register; the last figure de- 
notes the height. 

For example: — 
8x10— Vertical 
10x8— Horizontal 





Vertical Style, 8x10 



Panama Convex Registers are guaranteed against breakage. 

Pit all standard makes of Stack Heads. 

Each Register when shipped Is wrapped in Heavy Kraft Paper and packed in 
wood shipping cases. 



Horizontal Style, 10x8 



LIST PRICES, ETC.. O* PANAMA CONVEX REGISTERS 



jlzeof 






)pemng 






In 


Fits Register Box 


Dches 


in. wide 


in, high 


8x10 


8 


10 


0x8 


10 


8 


8x12 


8 


12 


2x8 


12 


8 


9x12 


9 


12 


2x9 


12 


9 


2x10 


12 


10 


3x11 


13 


11 


4x12 


14 


12 









White 


Quantity 




Black 


Japan or 


in Shipping 


Wallpipe 


Japan 


Lacquered 


Case 


ins. 




Bronze 


50 


3^^x10 


$1.65 


$2.00 


50 


3%xl0 


1,65 


2.00 


50 


3MSX12 


1.90 


2.30 


50 


3%xl2 


1.90 


2.30 


50 


3^x12 


2.10 


2.55 


50 


3^x12 


2.10 


2.55 


50 


3%xl3 


2.40 


2.90 


35 


4 xl4 


3.15 


3.80 


35 


8 xl4 


4.35 


5.25 



Electro- Electroplated 

plated Brass, Bronze 

Ox. Copper or Nickel 

$3.15 $3.85 

3.15 3.85 

3.65 4.40 

3.65 4.40 

4.00 5.10 

4.00 5.10 

4.40 5.50 

5.25 6.55 

6.85 8.00 



leflectm ^re^^ster"^^'^ Registers are attached to stack head by tin straps or by same method ar used for installing any wafer 

Be careful to designate whether Vertical or Horizontal Registers are required. 

To prevent mistakes when ordering, use catalog dlmenslont, 

Panama Convex Registers have the same Perfect and Dependable Operating Device as used on National and Capitol 
i&S6Doarci fCegisters. 



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BASEBOARD COLD-AIR FACES 
PANAMA 

MADE OF PRESSED COLD ROLLED STEEL AND FURNISHED WITHOUT BOXES 

All Achievement in Beautified Simplicity and Maximum Capacity 






LIST PRICES OF PANAMA BASEBOARD COLD-AIR FACES 





Size of 


Extension 




White Japan 




Bk 




Face Opening 


from Plaster 


Black 


or Lacquered 


Electroplated 


Bronze; 




in inches 


in inches 


Japan 


Bronze 


Ox. Copper 


Nid 


No. 2014 


10x14 


5 


$2.50 


$ 3.00 


$ 4.50 


$4J 


No. 2030 


10x30 


5 


5.00 


6.25 


9.00 


lOi 


No. 2217 


12x16 


5 


4.00 


4.80 


5.50 


U 


No. 2227 


12x26 


5 


5.50 


6.60 


8.25 


9J 


No. 2232 


12x32 


5 


7.00 


8.40 


11.00 


12J 



Beautifully designed with Deeply Embossed Narrow Paral'el Bars — Match Perfectly the Panama Baseboard Register. 

Are as Marked an Improvement over Floor Cold-Air Faces as Baseboard Registers are over Floor Registers. 

Two Long Wood Screws are furnished with each Panama Baseboard Cold-Air Pace for attaching same to the Studdla 
cr Wall. 



Always order by catalog number, specifying finish required. 



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BASEBOARD REGISTERS 
NATIONAL 

MADE OF PRESSED COLD ROLLED STEEL 

This register is made of two parts— a register and a frame. The frame fits against the plastered wall and the register 
box passes through the opening and turns over similarly to a floor register box in a floor border. This seals the register to the 





FIRST FLOOR STYLE SECOND FLOOR STYLE 

Compare the lists below with list prices of other B*we Registers. Do not let the rich beauty of the National stop you. 



THE LISTS COMPARE WITH THE CHEAPEST 





Size of Register 












Catalog 


Box Flange or 


Base Extension 


Black 


White Japanned 


Oxidized 


Plated Brass 


Number 


Face Opening 


Beyond Plaster 


Japanned 


and Lacquered 


Copper 


Bronze, Copper 




in Inches 


in Inches 




Bronze 




and Nickel 


53 


10 X 8 


IH 


$2.00 


$2.35 


$3.50 


$3.85 


52 


12 X 8 


iVs 


2.40 


2.90 


3.95 


4.35 


54 


12 X 9 


W% 


2.50 


3.00 


4.00 


4.40 


53}^ 


10 X 8 


^H 


2.00 


2.35 


3.50 


3,85 


52 H 


12 X 8 


2H 


2.40 


2.90 


3.95 


4.35 


52 K 


12 X 8 


BH 


3.00 


3.60 


4.50 


4.90 


543^ 


12 X 9 


2H 


3.00 


3.50 


4.50 


4.90 


54 M 


12 X 9 


3^ 


3.26 


3.75 


4.75 


6.16 


55 


12 X 10 


2H 


3.75 


4.35 


5.60 


6.10 


55 Ji 


12 X 10 


SH 


4.00 


4.60 


5,75 


6.35 


56 


13x11 


BH 


4.50 


5.25 


6.75 


7.50 


556 


13 X 11 


5J€ 


6.25 


6.00 


7.60 


8.25 


557 


14 X 12 


5K 


6.60 


7.50 


8.50 


9.50 



Always Order Baseboard Registers by Catalog Nuopber. 



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REGISTERS & COLD-AIR FACES 
NATIONAL CONVEX REGISTERS 

TO MATCH THE JONES -NATIONAL AND NATIONAL EITHER HORIZONTAL OR VERTICAL 

TO BE PLACED ABOVE BASE BOARD 

The first figure given in niimbering denotes the width of the register; the last figure denotes the height. 





HORIZONTAL STYLE VERTICAL STYLE 

^ . « . . ^ «^ ,, .. , ^^^^ «' Pressed Cold Rolled Steel 

Design Patented The National Convex Registers are made in either horizontal or vertical positions. 
Mission Convex Registers in Square Lattice Design and Mat Bars take same list as National Convex Registers 
The First Dimension Always Should Designate the Width. v^^xivc* ««sieuej:8. 

PRICE LIST, ETC., OF NATIONAL CONVEX REGISTERS 



Size 



8x10 
10 X 8 

8x12 
12 X 8 

9x12 
12 X 9 
10x12 
12x10 
13x11 
14x12 



Fits 

Register Box 

Inches 



8x 10 
10 X 8 

8x12 
12 X 8 

9x12 
12 X 9 
10x12 
12 X 10 
13x11 
14 X 12 



Wall Pipe 



33^x10 
3Jixl2 
3Hx 12 
3}^x 12 
3J^x 12 
3^x12 
SyzxUH 
33^xl3J^ 
4 xl4 
8 X 14 



Black 
Japanned 



$1.65 
1.65 
1.90 
1.90 
2.10 
2.10 
2.40 
2.40 
3.15 
4.35 



White 
Japanned 



$2.00 
2.00 
2.30 
2.30 
2.55 
2.55 
2.90 
2.90 
3.80 
5.25 



Electroplated 
Oxidized 
Copper 



$3.15 
3.15 
3.65 
3.65 
4.00 
4.00 
4.40 
4.40 
5.25 
6.85 



Electroplated 

Bronze, Brass, 

Nickel 



$3.85 
3.85 
4.40 
4.40 
5.10 
5.10 
5.50 
5.50 
6.55 
8.00 



Capitol Convex takes same list and Discount as National Convex but is made in Square Lattice Embossed Bar Design. 
NATIONAL BASEBOARD COLD-AIR FACES 




LIST PRICES 



Catalog 
Number 


Size of 

Face 

Opening 


Base 
Extension 


Black 
Japan 


White Japan 

and Lacquered 

Bronze 


Oxidized 
Copper 


Plated Bronze 

Brass and 

Nickel 


1014 
1030 
1217 
1227 
1232 


10x14 
10x30 
12x17 
12x27 
12x32 


5 in. 
5 in. 

5 in. 

6 in. 
5 in. 


$2.50 
5.00 
4.00 
5.50 
7.00 


$3.00 
6.25 
4.80 
6.60 
8.40 


$4.50 
9,00 
5.50 
8.25 

11.00 


$4.80 

10.00 

6.25 

9.25 

12.00 



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NATIONAL ONE-PIPE REGISTERS 




Made of pressed cold rolled steel, perfectly formed and 
embossed and beautifully finished in both single and 
double-header types. 

DOUBLE HEADER 

These are furnished complete with double metal reg- 
ister boxes which, in the case of double-header registers, 
are equipped with one dividing damper suspended from 
the lowest point of that part of top of box that forms the 
insulating protective section. This makes it easy to 
divide the warm air supply or divert whatever portion is 
required through each or either side of the register. This 
arrangement is also a safeguard against the registers be- 
coming completely closed and the circulation of air 
stopped. 

(This applies only to Double-Head National One-Pipe 
Registers.) 



Complete with Boxes, Dampers and Operating Devices 


Double 
Boxes 
only 


No. 


Size of Face Opening 
in inches 


Size of Boot 
Opening, in. 


Extension 
from Plaster 


Black 
Japanned 


White 
Japanned 


Electroplated 
Ox. Cop. 


434 
454 
466 


Two 12x17 
Two 12x27 
Two 12x33 


14x17 
14x27 
14x33 


5-in. 
5-in. 
5-in. 


$17.00 
23.00 
29.00 


$18.60 
25.20 
31.80 


$20.00 
28.50 
37.00 


$7.00 

9.00 

11.00 



Above prices include two Register Faces with box, thus forming one complete National One-Pipe Register. 
National One-Pipe Register have a commodious air space in top of box for fire protection. 



Boxes for 



U. S. Steel Cold- Air Faces Used with National One-Pipe Registers When Pipeless Furnaces Are Installed. 



Size 


Black Japanned 


Oxidized Copper 


Brass or Nickel 


12xl8N 
12x27N 
12x34N 


$3.90 

7.50 

11.00 


$6.65 
12.50 
16.00 


$8.35 
17.50 
20.00 



When ordering U. S. Steel Cold- Air Faces to be used with National One- Pipe Registers, refer to the list and specify the 
letter "N" after giving the dimensions of the face required. For example: "12x34N". 



NATIONAL CONVEX VENTILATING FACES 

Made of Wrought Steel 

In Three Poular Sizes 




Design Patented. Matches In design the Jones-National and 
national Registers. 

Are fastened to outside of wood-work with wood screws. 



CAPITOL CONVEX VENTILATING FACES 
LIST PRICES 

OF NATIONAL CONVEX VENTILATING FACES 



Catalog 
No. 


Extreme 
Size 


Black 

Japan 


White 
Japan 


Oxidized 
Copper 


Brass 

Bronze 

or Nickel 


514 
524 
530 


5}^xl6^ 

53^x26 

5Hx32K 


$1.00 
1.75 
2.15 


$1.40 
2.25 
3.00 


$2.00 
3.65 
4.60 


$2.40 
4.00 
5.00 



Made in Square Lattice Embossed Bar Design. 

This gives a choice of Diamond or Square Lattice Embossed 
pesign. 

Capitol Convex Vent Faces take the same list and discount 
as National Convex Vent Faces. 



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NATIONAL ONE-PIPE REGISTERS 




Made of pressed cold rolled steel with double metal box attached 



SINGLE HEADER 

The Single-Header National One-Pipe Register is furnished with 
adjustable deflector. Care should be used not to completely shut 
off register on a one-pipe job. The Single-Header type is made Id 
three sizes. It can be secured with out deflectors, if so specified. 







Complete with Box, Damper and Operating Device 






No. 


Size of Face Opening 
in inches 


Size of Boot 
Opening, in. 


Extension 
from Plaster 


Black 
Japanned 


White 
Japanned 


Electroplated 
Ox. Cop. 


Double 

Boxes 

only 


217 
227 

233 


12x17 
12x27 
12x33 


9x17 
9x27 
9x33 


5-in. 
5-in. 
5-in. 


$9.00 
12.50 
16.00 


$9.80 
13.60 
17.40 


$10.50 
15.25 
20.00 


$4.00 
5.50 
7.00 



Above prices include one register face, damper and box complete, forming one complete National One-Pipe Register. 









Component Parts of National One-Pipe Register 










Size of Face 
in inches 


Faces Handles, All Sizes 


De- 
flectors 


Opg. 

Screws 


Bolts 


No. 


Black 
Japan. 


White 
Japan. 


Ox. Cop. 


Black 
Japan. 


Ox. Cop. 


and 
Spring 


3217 
1227 
1233 


12x17 
12x27 
12x33 


$4.00 
5.50 
7.00 


$4.80 
6.60 
8.40 


$5.50 

8.25 

11.00 


$0.20 
.20 
.20 


$0.30 
.30 
.30 


$1.00 
2.00 
3.00 


$0.50 
.50 
.50 


$0.20 
.20 
.20 



BOOTS AND ANGLES 



For National One-Pipe Registers. 






Number 


Size of 
Collar, in. 


No. 5 
Boot 


No. 6 

Angle 


217 Single Head 
227 Single Head 
233 Single Head 

434 Double Head 
454 Double Head 
466 Double Head 


14 or 16 
18 or 20 
22 or 24 

16 or 18 
20 or 22 
24 or 26 


$2.90 
4.40 
5.50 

3.40 
4.60 
6.60 


$1.80 
2.60 
3 30 

2,10 
2.70 
4.00 




Fittings for National One-Pipe Registers are made of heavy gauge galvanized sheets. Be sure to use catalog numben 
»hen ordering, and to specify size of round collar wanted. To ascertain list on 90 degree elbows for the above add fifty pir 
(tat to list of Cut 6 angles. 



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REGISTER FACES 

U. S. SPECIAL STEEL FACES 

O. S. Special Steel Faces (Oak Finish) are made in following sizes only. Made of slightly lighter steel than Regular 
Steel Faces. Supporting bars are welded to the face. A superior Product in Oak Grain Finish. Our Oak Grain is not lacquered 
but a three-coat Baked-On Product that is guaranteed. 




LIST PRICES OF STOCK SIZES 





Bound Pipe 


Black 


Oak Grain 


Oxidized 


Nickel Bronze 


Size 


Size Inches 


Japanned 


L.B. 


Copper 


Brass 


.8x30 


14 


$3.60 


$ 3.85 


$ 5.50 


$ 7.50 


10x24 


12 


3.60 


3.75 


5.00 


6.50 


10x30 


16 


3.75 


4.25 


5.75 


8.50 


12x14 


12 


2.50 


3.00 


4.50 


5.00 


12x24 


16 


8.75 


4.00 


5.50 


8.00 


12x30 


18 


4.00 


4.50 


6.00 


9.00 


14x30 


20 


4.50 


5.00 


9.00 


11.00 


16x30 


20 


5.50 


6.00 


9.50 


11.25 


18x30 


22 


5.75 


6.50 


10.00 


11.50 


20x30 


24 


6.00 


7.00 


10.50 


12.00 


24x36 


26 


9.50 


10.00 


15.00 


20.00 



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FLOOR REGISTERS 

PRESSED STEEL 

NEW U. S. 

WITH DEEPLY EMBOSSED NARROW BARS MAXIMUM CAPACITY 

The New Style U. S. Steel Floor Registers are constructed o( 
cold rolled steel, perfectly perforated and deeply embossed tc 
give maximum strength and capacity. When installed, they 
fit snugly to the finished floor. Note the beveled edge of regis- 
ter face, which makes unnecessary the sinking of the face is 
the floor, as is necessary with cast regflsters. 

Do not break and easier to handle and install 



AN EXACT REPRODUCTION OF THE ACTUAL U. S. 
STEEL FLOOR REGISTER 

Maximum Capacity — Ease and Perfection in Operation- 
Unequaled in Quality — Furnished in All Standard Sizes. 

The Square Lattice Design is adhered to on all sizes up to 
and inclusive of 14 inches in width. 



LIST PRICES OF PRESSED STEEL FLOOR REGISTERS, BORDERS AND FACES 




Siie of 
Opening 




Black Japan 




White Japan and 
Lacquered Bronze 





xidised Copp 


>r 




Bronze, Bra« 

Nickel 




Inches 


Compl. 
Regist. 


Face 
Only 


Border 

Only 


Compl. 

Regist. 


Face 
Only 


Compl. 
Regist. 


Face 
Only 


Border 
Only 


Compl. 
Regist. 


Face 
Only 


Bordw 
Only 


4x 6 

Uz 8 
:6x 8 
:6il0 
;6xl2 


$ 1.40 
1.50 
1.55 

1.60 
1.85 


S .55 

.60 
1.00 
1.05 
1.25 


S 1.15 
1.15 

1.15 
1.20 
1.45 


% 1.70 

1.80 
1.85 
1.95 
2.25 


Z .85 

.90 
1.30 
1.40 

1.60 


S 2.00 
2.20 
2.80 
3.00 
3.60 


1 1.15 
1.30 
2.25 
2.45 
2.90 


$ 1.75 
1.85 
2.40 
2.60 
3.10 


S 2.20 
2.40 
3.10 
3.60 
4.20 


3 1.35 
1.50 
2.50 
2.95 
3.60 


t 2.10 
2.15 
3.00 
3.60 
4.10 


8x10 
8x12 

t8xl6 
9x12 

10x12 


1.65 

1.90 

4.50 

2.10. 

2.40 


1.10 
1.30 
2.70 
1.45 
1.70 


1.25 
1.50 
2.70 
1.66 
1.76 


2.00 
2.30 
5.40 
2.55 
2.90 


1.45 
1.70 
3.60 
1.90 
2.20 


3.16 
3.65 
6.75 
4.00 
4.40 


2.60 
3.05 
5.00 
3.36 
3.70 


2.75 
3.25 
6.00 
3.35 
3.75 


3.85 

4.40 
8.00 
5.10 
6.50 


3.30 
3.76 
6.26 
4.46 
4.80 


3.90 
4.40 
7.00 
5.00 
5.35 


10x14 
t!0x24 
12x14 
12x15 
12x16 


3.15 
12.15 
4.35 
4.50 
6,60 


2.20 
5.35 
2.80 
2.90 
3.50 


2.20 

5.36 
2.80 
2.90 
3.60 


3.80 
13.40 
6.26 
6.40 
6.70 


2.85 

6.60 
3.66 
3.80 
4.60 


6.25 
16.25 
6.85 
7.00 
8.25 


4.30 
9.45 
5.35 
5.40 
6.16 


4.30 

9.45 
5.35 
5.40 
6.16 


6.56 
18.50 
8.25 
8.50 
9.76 


5.60 
12.00 
6.75 
6.90 
7.66 


6.00 
12.15 
7.35 
7.60 
8.35 


t 12x24 

J 12x30 
14x16 
14x18 
14x20 


12.25 

20.00 
8.50 
9.00 
9.50 


5.50 
8.20 
4.30 
4.50 
4.80 


5.50 
8.20 
4.30 
4.60 
4.80 


13.50 
22.00 
10.20 
10.80 
11.25 


6,75 
10.20 
6.00 
6.30 
6.40 


16.30 
26.00 
11.50 
12.00 
13.00 


9.55 
14.20 
7.30 
7.60 
8.60 


9.55 
14.20 
7.30 
7.50 
8.50 


18.60 
29.00 
16.50 
18.50 
20.50 


12.10 
18,00 
11.00 
12.00 
13.00 


12,25 
17.00 
11,00 
12. U 
12.75 


14x22 

114x24 

214x30 

|l6xl8 

16x20 


10.50 
14.90 
27.60 
12.00 
12.35 


5.00 
6.90 
10.75 
6.30 
6.10 


6.00 
6.90 
10.76 
5.30 
6.10 


12.00 
16.40 
30.25 
13.20 
13.60 


6.50 
8.40 
13.20 
6.50 
7.36 


14.60 
19.50 
33.00 
16.20 
16.55 


9.00 
11.60 
18.00 

9.50 
10.30 


9.00 
11.60 
18.00 

9.60 
10.30 


22.60 
26.00 
37.60 
22.26 
24.60 


14.50 
16.60 
25.00 
14.25 
16.00 


13.50 
15.00 
21.60 
13.25 
14.00 


tl6x22 
16x24 
116x30 
: 18x20 
: 18x22 


14.75 
15.00 
27.90 
19.60 
21.00 


6.70 
7.00 
11.00 
7.60 
8.00 


6.70 
7.00 
11.00 
7.60 
8.00 


16.20 
16.60 
30.70 
21.45 
23.00 


8.16 
8.60 

13.80 
9.66 

10.00 


19.60 
20.00 
35.00 
24.76 
26.70 


11.60 
12.00 
18.25 
12.86 
14.00 


11.60 
12.00 
18.25 
12.85 
14.00 


28.00 
29.60 
37.50 
29.00 
32.50 


18.00 
19.25 
25.00 
18.00 
21.00 


16.00 
17.10 
21.60 
17.00 
18.40 


118x24 
: 18x30 
: 18x36 


21.50 
31.25 
38.00 


8.35 
13.25 
17.26 


8.35 
13.25 
17.25 


23.65 
34.35 
41.80 


10,50 
16.35 
21.05 


27.75 
38.00 
48.60 


14.60 
21.00 
28.10 


14.60 
21.00 
26.00 


34.25 

43.00 
64.00 


22.50 
28.60 
36.00 


18.75 
22.70 
28.00 



We are in a position to furnish any other sizes of regristers, borders and faces made and catalogued by stani 
ard register manufacturers. 



Items marked thus i not carried in stock; shipped direct from factory* 



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COLD-AIR FACES 



U. S. WOOD 



U. S. WOOD FACES are made of the best selected grades 
of oak or other available hardwood, thoroughly seasoned and 
kiln dried. 

Deep strips of face are A -inch thick by 1% -Inches deep, 
cut to receive cross strips Ax A -Inches. 

Made In our own Most Modemly Equipped Factory, 



LIST PRICES OF STOCK SIZES OF U. S. WOOD COLD-AIR FACES 









Nearest Size 








Nearest Size 


Floor 


U. S. Wood 


Area of Air 


of Round 


Floor 


U. S. Wood 


Area of Air 


of Round 


Opening 


Cold-Air 


Space in 


Pipe of 

Equivalent 

Area 


Opening 


Cold-Air 


Space in 


Pipe of 


in Inches 


Faces 


Square 
Inches 


in Inches 


Faces 


Square 
Inches 


Equivalent 
Area 


6x24 


$1.00 


81 


10 in. 


14x24 


$2.33 


188 


16 in. 


6x30 


1.25 


101 


12 in. 


* 14 X 30 


2.92 


235 


16 in. 


6x36 


1.50 


121 


12 in. 


14x40 


3.89 


314 


20 in. 


6x40 


1.67 


134 


12 in. 


14x50 


4.86 


392 


22 in. 










14 X 60 


5.83 


470 


24 in. 


8x24 
8x30 


1.34 
1.67 


108 
134 


10 in. 
12 in. 


16x20 


2.22 


179 


14 in. 


8x36 


2.00 


161 


14 in. 


16 X 24 


2.67 


215 


16 in. 


8x40 


2.23 


179 


14 in. 


*16 x30 


3.34 


269 


18 in. 










18x24 


3.00 


242 


18 in. 


10 X 24 


1.67 


134 


12 in. 


*18 X 30 


3.75 


303 


20 in. 


•10 X 30 


2.09 


168 


12 in. 










10x36 


2.60 


202 


16 in. 


20 X 24 


3.33 


269 


18 in. 


10 X 40 


2.78 


224 


16 in. 


20 X 28 


3.88 


314 


20 in. 


12 x 14 


1.17 


95 


10 in. 


*20 X 30 


4.17 


336 


20 in. 


12x18 


1.50 


121 


12 in. 


22x28 


4.29 


345 


22 in. 


12x20 


1.66 


135 


12 in. 










12 X 24 


2.00 


161 


14 in. 


24 X 24 


4.00 


323 


20 in. 


•12 X 30 


2.50 


202 


14 in. 


♦24 X 30 


5.00 


403 


22 in. 


12x40 


3.33 


269 


18 in. 


24 x36 


6.00 


484 


24 in. 


12 X 50 


4.17 


336 


20 in. 


26x30 


5.42 


437 


24 in. 


12x60 


5.00 


403 


22 in. 


















•28 X 30 


5.84 


471 


24 in. 


14x20 


1.94 


157 


14 in. 


30x30 


6.25 


504 


26 in. 


14x22 


I 2.13 


173 


14 in. 


30x36 


7.50 


605 


28 in. 



Sizes in heavy type and prefixed with a (•) are recommended because of setting over joists to the best advantage. 

Every U. S. WOOD PACE is covered by our guarantee as to quality, material and workmanship. 

Above sizes as Listed indicate that the Deep Strips run the long way of the Face. 

To designate that deep strlos should run the short way of the face, Reverse the figures of the size. For example. 12x30 means 
leep strips nin the Long way — 30x12 means deen stziits run the Short way. 



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JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



VENTILATORS AND REGISTERS 



PULLEY 
REGISTERS 

For Wall and Ceiling. 




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PI 



■■^■■■iiiH?i 

iftH! 




I 



For indicator plates (add to register 

price) Per pair 50 

Regular registers equipped with 
pulleys and indicator plates. 
For pulleys (add to register prices) 
Per pair $1.00 

STOVE PIPE 
REGISTERS 

And Ventilators. 
Adams'. 




Adams' stove pipe register venti- 
lators consists of one cast iron black 
Japanned floor plate and one white 
ceiling plate. Floor plate has ad- 
justable slide in rim; one solid and 
one open pattern removable flue 
stop, and ceiling plate has one open 
removable plate. 
For stove pipe, inches 6 
Dia. of plates, in ... . 16 
Opening, inches .... 6^ 
Wt. doz., lbs., boxed. 218 
Adams' complete 

dozen sets $60.00 $60.00 



7 

16 

240 




STOVE PIPE 
CYLINDERS 

Corrugatad. 

The corrugated 
^ screw adjustable 

p Stove pipe cylin- 
der is made of 
IX bright tin 
with Japanned 
WTot steel heads. 
The halves screw 
firmly together 
and cannot get 
out of place by 
age or vibration. 

For Walls. 

No. 8 — 4 to 7^1 -inch adjustment for 
6-inch pipe. Weight, per dozen 
packed, 16 lbs. Per dozen. . .$12.00 
No. 10 — 4 to 7 Mi-inch adjustment for 
7-inch pipe. Weight, per dozen 
packed, 20 lbs. Per dozen. . . 14.00 

For Floors. 
No.»— 7Vii to 12>^-inch adjustment 
for 6-inch pipe. Weight, per dozen, 
packed, 20 lbs. Per dozen. . .$14.50 

Open stock. 



COMBINATION 
VENTILATORS 

Independent. 




The sheet metal box adjusts from 
7 to 12 inches. 

Both the cast iron black floor reg- 
ister and the virrought steel white 
ceiling plate are provided with open- 
ings for a six inch smokepipe to pass 
through. 

Made with 6-inch smokepipe open- 
ings only. 

No. 108 — Size of sheet metal box, 
8x10 inches. Weight, each, 6% lbs. 
Each $4.40 

Each ventilator in a separate pack- 
age. One-quarter dozen in a crate 

Three in a cas*. 



CEILING 
VENTILATORS 

"Independent" Adjustable. 




With telescoping all steel boxei 
The connecting boxes adjust to fit all 
ordinary ceilings to eleven inches in 
depth, yet in comparison with the 
older styles of ventilators. They tab 
but little more than half of Dealer'i 
Stock Space. This advantage is se- 
cured by using three low boxes whicli 
telescope within each other, instead 
of two higher boxes as heretofore. 

The installation is made quicklj 
by one man from the floor of the 
room above. A second man with 1 
step ladder to reach the ceiling be- 
low is not required. Often at the 
time of installation, the floor and 
ceilings open are cut out of alip- 
ment. In such cases the connecting 
boxes readily accomodate themselvei 
to the variation and make a perfect 
connection. 




A 

Both the black japanned flooi 
register and the white japanned 
ceiling face are of wrought steel 
which means light weight and frefr 
dom from breakage. All sizes with 
boxes telescoped are approximately 
four inches high and adjust to fit 
ceilings from four to eleven inches 
deep. 

No. 640 — Size of sheet metal box, 
8x10 inches. Weight, each, 6% Ibi 

Each . $4.40 

No, 642 — Size of sheet metal box, 
9x12 inches. Weight, each, 7% lbs. 

Each 5.40 

No. 643 — Size of sheet metal box, 
10x12 inches. Weight, each, BM Ibi. 

Each 6.40 

No. 644 — Size of sheet metal box, 
10x14 inches. Weight, each, 10 lb». 

Each 7.80 

No. 646 — Size of sheet metal box, 
12x15 inches. Weight, each, 12% 

lbs. Each 10.4C 

One in a box. 



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169 



STOVE PIPE SUNDRIES 



CEILING 




PLATES 

Adams. 

Illustration 
represents the 
the ceiling 
plate used 
with Adams* 
stove pipe 
register and 
ventilators. 
6-inch ceiliiifr plate* only, white 
enameled. Weight, per dozen, 63 lbs. 

net. Per dozen $30.00 

7-inch ceiling plates only, white 
enameled. Weipht, per dozen, 69 lbs. 

net. Per dozen $3300 

Half dozen in a crate. 



FLUE STOPS 

Kirch Adjustable. 




The Kirch aujustable stop is the 
only one that keeps the soot back 
3^ inches from the cover, thereby 
eliminating the danger of flue fire. 
It stays firm and tight. Drafts can- 
not loosen it. The front of cover 
ia attractively finshed. 
Kirch — Weight, per dozen, 5 lbs. 

Per dozen .$2.70 

One dozen in a carton. 



W-K. 




The W-K Adjustable Flue Stop 
has oil tempered spring steel wires 
that hold this stop more securely 
than any other wire stop made. Wires 
are assembled. Attractively finished 
in assorted lacquered tin and polish- 
ed blue steel fronts. Each front has 
lithographed picture in colors. 

No. W-K — For 6 and 7-inch pipe; 
weight, per dozen, 2% pounds. Per 
dozen $1.50 



Clark's Gem. 




No. 1 — Clark's Gem — Blank is 7% -inches 
In diameter. Finished in attractive ap- 
ple green color. Lithographed picture is 
held In place by bumped- down metal 
flange, thereby eliminating the use of 
paste. Features Gem folding wire fas- 
teners. Fits 6-inch flue. Weight per 

dozen 3% lbs. Per dozen .$2.25 

Packed one dozen in a sturdy set-up box. 




No. 3 — Clark's Gem — Embossed blank 8^A 
inch diameter. Finished in apple green. 
Mechanically locked-in picture eliminates 
the use of paste. Gem folding wire fas- 
teners are featured. Fits 6 -inch flue. 

Wt., per dozen 3 lbs. Per dozen $2.00 

Packed one dozen to a set-up box. 

No. 37 — Clark's Gem Green Enamel fin- 
ish, same as No. 3 but with wire arrang- 
ed for use in 7-inch stove pipe flue. Wt., 

per dozen. 3 lbs. Per dozen $2.00 

All above, one dozen in a box. 



STOVE PIPE 
COLLARS 




Crown. 

Brass Finish. 

Crown Fancy 

Design. 



For pipe, inches 

Wt.. dozen, lbs 

Per dozen $0.64 

Lacquered brass 
finish, especially 
made for piping 
igas ranges into 
chimney to carry 
'off cooking odors 
No. as — 3-inch 
hole, 9 inches in 
diameter. Wt., per 

dozen, 2 lbs. Per dozen $0.80 

No. 46 — 4 -inch hole, 9 inches in di- 
ameter. Weight, per dozen, 2 lbs 

Per dozen $0.80 

One dozen in a package. 

STOVE PIPE 
THIMBLES 



K. D. Nested. 

Galv. 

Sheet Iron. 

All 6" Wide. 





Diameter, inches 

Wt.. dozen, lbs. . 
Per dozen 




3 

3% 
$1.30 



4 

4 
$1.40 



Knocked Down. 

No. 67 — Galvan- 
ized Adj. Adjust* 
able for 6 inch or 
7 inch pipe. 4H 
inches wide. Wt„ 
4^ pounds. Per 
dozen $1.30 



No. 676 — Same as No. 67 but 6 inches 

wide. Per dozen $1.80 

No. 89 — Same as No. 67 but adjustable 

from 8 to 9 inches. Per dozen $2.50 

CommoD Cast Ir 

6 inches — Weight, per 
dozen, 30 pounds. Per 
dozen $9.00 

7 inches — Weight, per 
dozen, 42 pounds. Per 
dozen 11.00 

8 inches — Weight, per dozen, 48 lbs. 
Per dozen $12.50 

9 inches — Weight, per dozen, 50 lbs. 
Per dozen 15.00 

ODen stock. 




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DRAFT REGULATOR AND FUEL SAVER 

WALKER AUTOMATIC 





The 100% efficient Walker WYSWA Fuel Saver Draft Regulator is the answer for an inexpensive, dependable means of 
automatically furnishing proper draft conditions , and reducing fuel consumption. It reduces fuel consumption 5 to 25% It 
reduces stack temperature. It reduces the hazard caused by overheated flues or chimneys. It causes the combustion to occur in 
the combustion chamber of the furnace instead of in the chimney. It automatically provides proper draft under all weather 
conditions. It automatically assists in eliminating buff-backs. It is of simple and durable construction with no complicated 
parts to get out of order or prevent positive action. It provides a ventilator to carry off the diseased and foul air from the 
home. Some of the largest manufacturers of heating systems, recognizing the efficiency of the Walker Fuel Saver Draft 
Regulator, have adopted it as part of their standard installation equipment. It is compact and very neat in appearance It is 
recognized by many of the foremost heating engineers as a necessary fuel-saving accessory. It is guaranteed by the Walker 
Sales Corporation. Our success in marketing the WYSWA Draft Regulator is the indisputable proof of its merits 

Please remember that the WALKER FUEL SAVER can be depended upon to maintain a uniform draft under the vary- 
ing conditions of chimney drafts. Excessive drafts, due to winds of high velocity, are reduced to normal, thus maintaining a 
steady fire. 

The main factors in analyzing the common losses which occur in ordinary heating systems, can be divided into three gen- 
eral classes, namely: 

1 — Stack heat or overheated chimneys. 
Combustion loss through defective heating systems. 
3 — Radiation and circulation loses. 
It is a well known fact that the largest part of all fuel is wasted. Of this waste more than 50% is Stack Losses, or in 
other words, excess air or gas temperature loss. 

Heating experts know that draft is the breath of life of any heating system. 

Every fuel, whether it be oil, coal, coke, gas or wood, should have an even draft in order to derive the maximum com- 
bustion efficiency. 

After years of study and severe tests in actual use the enginers of this company have perfected and the company is now 
manufacturing and marketing the Walker WYSWA (Fuel Saver) Draft Regulator, which works automatically and can be secured 
and installed quickly and economically. 

inch— Each ^2 2o 

inch — ^Each « 2o 

inch — Each « „ 

inch— Each ^^^ 

inch — Each . . -« 

4.60 

inch — Each ^ „- 

inch — Each g 2o 

inch — Each ^ g ^^ 

inch — Each ^ ^^ 



*No. 


3— 3 


No. 


4— 4 


$No. 


5— 5 


No. 


6— 6 


No. 


7— 7 


No. 


8— 8 


No. 


9— 9 


No. 


10—10 


iNo. 


12—12 



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STOVE PIPE SUNDRIES 



WARM AIR PIPE 
DAMPERS 




Our Warm Air Pipe 
constructed of heavy 
iron with a substantial 

Size, inches 7 

Wt., dozen, lbs. 7 
Per dozen . . $3.20 
Size, inches 10 

Wt,, dozen, lbs. 11 
Per dozen . . $5.60 



Dampers are 
weight sheet 
steel spindle. 



8 

8 

$4.40 

12 

16 



9 

9 

$5.20 

14 

21 



$7.00 $10.00 



STOVE PIPE 
DAMPERS 




Non-breakable one-piece steel spindle 
with a long sharp steel point will pierce 
any stove pipe. Nickel coil Alaska handle 
is always cool. 



Size, inches 

Wt. dozen, lbs.. 
Per dozen . , . . 

Size, inches 

Wt. dozen, lbs, . 
Per dozen . . . . 

Size, inches 
Wt. dozen, lbs. 
Per dozen .... 



3 

4 
$2.60 

6 

8 



4 

5 

2.80 

7 
13 



5 

6 
3.00 

8 

14 



$3.50 5.00 8.00 

9 

14 
$12.00 



10 


12 


23 


41 


15.00 


18.00 



DAMPER CLIPS 




American — The new slip no-rivet 
damper clip can be put on a damper 
as quickly as the holes can be mark- 
ed for the old style clip. On dam- 
pers under 12" it is not necessary 
to use a tail piece as the large shoul- 
der washer and stiff spring hold it 
perfectly rigid. 

No. 21 — Clips only (without tail 
pieces). Per dozen $2,00 

No. 20^Clips with tail pieces. Per 
dozen . . 2 BA 

VAILS ADJUSTABLE 
SWING CHIMNEY TOP 




Fig. 1. 




9 INCH 



Here s what you have often wanted — a 
chimney top frame that will fit five dif- 
ferent sizes of stack. The adjustable legs 
can be extended to any size from 6 inch 
to 10 inches inclusive. Just draw a circle 
the size of the pipe you are going to use; 
set the castings In the center, and extend 
the legs equally to touch the circle; then 
tighten the nuts. You can also adjust the 
height of the mounting by bolting the 
legs lower on the pipe for the smaller 
sizes and higher for the larger sizes. 
Frames only — Adjustable 6-in. to lO-in. 

Inc. Per dozen $21.60 

With Hoods and Vanes — 

6 -inch. Per dozen $37.00 

7 -Inch. Per dozen 39.70 

8-lnch. Per dozen .......... 42.00 

9-tnch. Per dozen 45.50 

10-inch. Per dozen 49.00 




REVOLViNG 
CHIMNEY TOPS 

The Best. 

Revolving chimney top 
is all made of cast iron 
except the vane, which is 
heavy steel. It has per 
fertly adjusted ball bear- 
inprs both above 
and below and 
turns with the 
sHj^htes breeze. 
Absolutely pre- 
vents the rain 
beating in and 
discoloring the 
inside walls. It 
is practically in- 
destructable and 
will last for years. Made in three 
sizes. Legs are adjustable to differ- 
ent sized chimneys as shown below. 
It is easy to attach and is held ai 
firmly as the chimney itself. 



No. iVa — For chimneys — l%x2 brick, 
flue 4x8; 2x2 brick, flues 8x8; l%x 
2 Mr brick, flues 4x12; 2x2% brick, 8x 
12. For 8-inch opening. Per 
dozen $60.00 

iNo. 1 — For chimneys — l%x2 brick, 
flues 4x8; 2x2 brick, flues 8x8. For 
7-inch opening. Per dozen,. 50.00 
4: No. 3 — For chimneys — 2x3 brick, 
flues 8x16; 2y2x3 brick, flues 12x16. 
For 8-inch opening. Per dozen 80.00 

Weights are as follows: No. 1, 27 
pounds; No iMt, 24 pounds; No. 8, 
37 pounds. 

On« in a crate. 



Items marked thus 4^ not carried in 

itock 

Shipped from faetorjr only. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



173 



ROOF CAPS, CHUTES, ETC. 



CHIMNEY CAPS 

Beat. 




Made of cast iron, with adjustable legs 
which fit inside or outside of chimney to 
prevent cap from blowing off. These legs, 
also keep the cap in place without the 
aid of mortar, but two sizes are necessary 
to nt nues from 4x8 inches to 12x12 
Inches 



No. 10 

Collar of pipe, inches 7 

Bricks 1 V2 x2 or 2x2 

Flues 4x8 and 8x8 

Weight, dozen, lbs 100 

Per dozen $25.00 



No 1014 

Collar for pipe, inches 8 

Bricks 1 1/2 or 2x2 or 2 Ms 

Flues 4 or 8x8 or 12 

Wright, dozen, lbs 120 

Per dozen $28.0C 



No. la 

Collar for pipe, in. 10 

Brick* ..... . 2x3.2 Mix3 or 2S*ixlH 

Flue* 8xie 12x16 >2xl2 

Weight, doz.. Ibt. 800 

Per dozen ..... $86.00 

Half dozen Vna cirnt* 



ROOF CAPS 




6 inch Galvanized iron. Per dozen $6.50 

Wnglu. per dozen. 12 lbs. 
One dozen in a crate. 



ROOF SADDLES 



Side 



Peak. 




Galvanized Iron, for 6-inch Pipe. 

Side. 

No. 7 — Side, for 8-inch pip* with i-ineh col- 
Ur. Galvanized iron, ISzlg inches, % pitch. 
Weight per dozen 82 Iba. Per doien- .112.00 

Car Saddles. 
No. 9 — Flat ear saddle for 6-lnch pipe with 
$-lnch collar. Galvanised iron, 18x18 hieh- 
«B. Weisht per dozen 81 lbs. Dosen. 812.00 

Peak. 

No. 3 — Peak, for O-inch pipe with «-tneh 
collar. Galvanizd Iron. 18x18 inches, ^ 
pitch. Weight per dozes 80 lbs. Per 

dozen 112.00 

One dozen Id « crate 



ASH DOORS 
AND FRAMES 



CAST IRON 




Designed for the bottom ol chimneys 

sugar furnaces, heating furnaces or an} 
kind of brick work requiring a light cas 
door. 



Outside jamb measurement, ins. 8x8 

Weight, each, lbs 9 

Cast iron. Each $1 .20 

Outside jamb measurement, in. 8x10 

Weight, each, lbs 11 

Cast iron. Each $1 .60 

Outside jamb measurement, ins. 10x12 

Weight, each, lbs 14 

Cast iron. Each $1 .80 

Outside jamb measurement, in. 12x15 

Weight, each, lbs 20 

Cast iron. Each $4.50 

:|: Outside Jamb measurement, in. 16x20 

Weight, each, lbs 34 

Cast iron. Each $6.3« 

Open stock 



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FUEL CHUTES 

BEST 




This fuel chute is designed to be per- 
manently set in the foundation wall of 
the house to serve as a convenient means 
to receive fuel, yet secure from the outside 
and easily opened from the inside, sets 
flush with the wall. The frame and door 
are cast iron, tube is made from 18-gauge 
steel. Cover is held open by a hook on 
top of frame. A flange overlaps the top 
of door, preventing the rain from running 
in. 

No. 1—18x18x18 inches. Weight 70 lbs. 
Each $12.80 

All above, open stock. 



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i Have been Leaders in | 

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I New prices lower than | 

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ASH DOORS & FUEL CHUTES 

MAJESTIC COAL CHUTES 



Illustrated at right is the Majestic 
Glass Panel Chute used where daylight is 
desired in coal bin. Panels are of ^-inch 
plate glass set in rubber and completely 
protected by steel shield when chute is 
open. 

Majestic Glass Panel Chute is automa- 
tically held open by slotted hinges which, 
being flat, permit door to easily clear 
water table. A heavy steel shield protects 
the glass from flying coal. 



Sizes and Prices — Glass Panel Styles 

Nos. MIO $M10 iM20 d:M20 

Style A C A C 

Rough Wall Opening 

Width, inches 23 23 32 32 

Height, inches 17 17 22 22 

Depth, inches 12 12 17 17 

Weight, each 60 50 119 100 

Each $12.90 $11.85 $23.10 $20.85 

Style A With Hopper— Style C Without Hopper 







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1 1 1 1 




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Si. 





iM600 :t:M620 



23 
17 
9 

42 
$10.65 



32 
22 

12 

86 

$19.50 




The Illustration AT THE LEFT is typl- 
cal of Majestic Solid Door Chutes. They 
can be furnished in different sizes with 
or without hopper as indicated in the 
table of sizes. Attractive in appearance 
and durable in construction. When in 
open position the door protects the wall 
above the opening from flying coal. 



Sizes and Prices — Solid Door Styles 
Nos. MlOl $M101 ±M203 ±M203 

Style B D B D 

Rough Wall Opening 

Width, inches 23 23 32 32 

Height, inches 17 17 22 22 

Depth, inches 12 12 17 17 

Weight, each, lbs 51 40 105 87 

Price, each $10.20 $9.00 $20.55 $18.30 

(Style B with Hopper—Style D Without Hopper) 



MAJESTIC SPECIAL COAL CHUTE 



These Coal Chutes are essen- 
tially the same as those shown 
above except that the frame is 
made of cast semi -steel. The 
Majestic Special is an outstand- 
ing value in Coal Chutes. 

No. 50 — R o u g h wall opening, 
23x17x9 inches. Weight, each, 43 
pounds. Each $5.50 



IVI500 :t:M520 



23 


32 


17 


22 


9 


12 


35 


71 


$7.65 


$15.45 




Ml lt«ms marked thus { not carried in stock but ihlpped direct from factury. 



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RECEIVERS, DAMPERS, ETC. 



STEEL WINDOWS 

Crescent. 







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1 






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! 

\ 

1- 


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Openins. 


and Size 


Wt. 




Ko. 


Inches 


Lights 


lbs. 


Each 


31130 


83Vix22% 


3_10x20 


33 


7.00 


SU3D 


39V4X20% 


3— 12x1^ 


35 


7.00 


211 2E 


80%x22% 


2—14x20 


30 


6.75 



Stronger and more durable than 
wood. Can*t warp, sag, swell or 
stick — always open and shut easily. 
Made of heavy steel, riveted and 
welded, making a solid, stiff rigid 
frame. Easily used with any type 
of foundation construction. 

Wall No. 

penins. and Sis 

[nches Ligrhta 

Vix22% 3 — 10x2 

iAx20% 3 — 12x1 

%x22% 2 — 14x^ 

Furnished regularly without the 
gflass. 

COVERS FOR 
MANHOLE RINGS 

Heavy Cast Iron. 

Grated Pattern. 

No. IG 

Diam. in. 14^ 
Fits ring No. IH 
Wt., ea., lbs. 20 
Each $3.80 

No. 2G 

Diam., in. 18% 
Fits ring No. 2H 
Wt., ea., lbs. 50 

Each $5.60 

Nos. 

Diameter, in. . . 
Fits ring Nos. . . 
Wt., ea., lbs. . . . 
Each 




3G 


4G 


201/2 


24 V^ 


3H 


4H 


65 


no 


$9.10 


$13.80 



STANDARD CISTERN 
RINGS & COVERS 




20-incli — 20 -inch opening. Weight, 

each, 57 lbs. Ring and cover. .$6.40 

Ooen ttoek. 



GARBAGE 
RECEIVERS 




\V: " Secilonal Vie^ , _, phf 
\ yg ^aUon size ^buried [ 



Convenient, sightly and sanitary 
are the outstanding advantages of 
the Majestic Underground Garbage 
Receiver. Consists of a cast-iron top; 
a Keystone copper shell j and a gal- 
vanized garbage can — either a heavy 
plain can or an extra heavy Witt 
Corrugated can. The entire receiver 
is coated with bitumastic solution — 
the enduring protection. 

Plain Can. 

No. 5 — Shell diameter 13 -inches; Shell 
depth, 15 -inches. Capacity, 5 gallons 
Weight, 31 lbs. Each $7.80 



No. 8— Shell diameter, 15-lnches; SheU 
depth, 14-inches. Capacity 8 gallons. 
Weight, 48 lbs. Each $9.90 

No. 12— Shell diameter, 15-inches; Shell 
depth, 20 -inches. Capacity, 12 gallons. 
Weight, 52 lbs. Each .$10.80 

No. 15 — Shell diameter, 15-lnches; Shell 
Depth, 25 -inches. Capacity, 15 gallons. 
Weight, 60 lbs. Each ,$11.40 

No. 20 — Capacity, 20 gallons. Wt., 
80 lbs. Each 14.70 



Witt Can. 

No. 5 — Capacity, 5 gallons. Weight, 
35 lbs. Each $8.70 

No. 8 — Capacity, 8 gallons. Weight, 
53 lbs. Each 11.10 

No. 12 — Capacity, 12 gallons. Wt., 
58 lbs. Each 12.60 

No. 15 — Capacity, 15 gallons. Wt., 
6Q lbs. Each 15.90 

No. 20 — Capacity, 20 gallons. Wt.. 
87 lbs. Each 19.90 



MANHOLE RINGS AND COVERS 

For Sidewalks, Citterns, Coal Bins, Etc. 
Round. Square. 





Nos. IH to 5H. 



No. lOH. 



HeaTy Cast Iron Coal Hole and Cistern Rings. 



Nos. 

Ring opening, dianieter, inches 
Depth below flange, inches... 
Projection of flange, inches. . . 
Outside diameter flange, in . . . 
Weight of ring and cover, lbs. 
Ring only (without cover) . . . 
Ring* (with cover) 



IH 

14 

3Va 

1^ 

17% 

42 



2H 

18 
3V2 
1% 
23^ 
70 



3H 

20 
31^ 
2V2 
26 Va 
132 



4H 

24 
5^ 
3^ 
30^ 
190 



5H 

30 

6 

2% 

36 

478 



lOH 

18 

3^ 

2 

23 
103 



$3.80 $5.60 $9.10 $13.80 $20.00 $7.00 
7.50 11.10 18.10 27.50 55.00 13.80 



"A" PATTERN MEDIUM WEIGHT— Lighter Weight than the Heavy Pattern 



Nos. 3A 4A 

Ring diameter, inches . 20 24 

Weight complete 80 117 

Ring only (without cover), each.. $7.30 $10.00 

Ring and cover, each 14.40 20.00 

Grated covers, each 10.00 

Grated covers for the "A" pattern can be furnished only for the No. 4 A 



5A 

30 

224 

$18.80 

37.50 



6A 

36 

405 

$25.00 

50.00 



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STOVE PIPE 




MARTIN 

Martin Stove Pipe, like other Martin products, is the 
leader in its line. It is made of mirror blue stove pipe 
in a variety of weights. 

The Martin Lock is the simpliest, easiest, and most 
satisfactory lock known. It requires no special tool? 
and can be stored in a small space. 




MARTIN X BLUE 
(29 Gauge) 

Knocked Down— 24-inch Joints. 



Size 

No. 31 — 3-inch 
No. 41 — 4-inch 
No. 61 — 6-inch 



ShipV Wt. Per Crati* 

27 lbs. $4.90 

30 lbs. 5.20 

45 lbs. 5.80 



Half (12") JoinU. 

No. 611,4 — 6-inch 25 lbs. $3.70 

Made Up 24-inch Joint*. 



100 Joints 

lbs. $25.00 

lbs. 26.00 

lbs. 28.40 

lbs. 33.80 



Jti. in Ship'K 
Sis* Crate Wt. 

No. 31M— 3" 200 

No. 41 M— 4" 150 

No. 61 M — 6" 50 

No. 71M— 7" 32 



Half (12") JoinU. 

No. 6U4M — 6-in. .. lbs. $17.40 

MARTIN XX GALVANIZED 
(28 Gauge) 

Knocked Down 24-inch Joints. 



MARTIN XX BLUE 



No. G32— 3-in. 
No. G42 — 4-in. 
No. G52— 5-in, 
No. G62 — 6-in. 
No. G72— 7-in. 



Shtp'sr Wt. Per Cr«t* 

42 lbs. $ 6.70 

48 lbs. 7.50 

56 lbs. 8.80 

68 lbs, 9.75 

80 lbs. 10.40 



Mad* Up 24-i;tch JoinU. 



81se 
No. G52M — 5 ' 
No. G62M — 6" 



Ship'ir Wl. 100 Joints 

280 lbs. $40.50 

314 lbs. 42.70 





(28 Gauge) 




K 


nocked Down 24-inch 


Joints. 




Size Ship'sr Wt. 


Per Cra+# 


No. 


32 — 3-inch 29 lbs. 


$5.30 


No. 


42 — 4-inch 40 lbs. 


5.50 


No. 


52— 5-inch 48 lbs. 


5.80 


No. 


62 — 6-inch 56 lbs. 


6.00 


No. 


72 — 7-inch 65 lbs. 


7.50 


No. 


82 — 8-inch 83 lbs. 


9.50 



Half (12") Joints. 

No. 62 14 — 6-in. 30 lbs. $3.80 

Quarter (6") Joints. 
No. 6214 — 6-in. 17 lbs. $2.70 

Made Up 24-incK Joints. 



Jts. In ShtpK 



St»» Cratr 



No. 32M 3" 

No. 42M — 4" 
No. 52M — 5" 
No. 62M — 6" 
No. 72M — 7" 
No. 82M — 8" 



200 

150 

100 

50 

32 



Wt 100 Joints 

lbs. $25.00 



lbs. 
lbs. 

, lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 



26.00 
28.40 
29.50 
35.00 
41.60 



Half (12'*) Joints. 
No. eZUM — 6" .. lbs. $21.00 



Quarter (6*) Joints. 
No. 62 ^4 M — 6" .. lbs. $)4.50 



MARTIN 4X BLUE 
(26 Gaape) 

Knocked Down ^24-inch Joints. 

Six* Shlp'g Wt. Per Cratf 

No. 64— 6-inch 67 lbs. $7.00 

No. 74 — 7-inch 77-lbs. 8.50 

Half (12") Joints 
No. 641,4— 6-in. 35 lbs. $4.90 

Made Up 24-inch Joints. 

Jts. in Ship's 
Size Crste Wt. 100 Joint* 

No. 64M — 6" 50 . . lbs. $34.00 
No. 74M— 7" 32 . . lbs. 40,50 

Half (12") Joints. 
No. 64^4M— 6" . . lbs. $24.00 



RANGE PIPE 



Knocked Down 30-inch Joints. 



MARTIN 4X POLISHED 



Size 
7-inch 



Ship'sr Wt. 

. . lbs. 



Per Joint 

$0.46 



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ELBOWS, TAPERS, TEES, ETC 



ORRUGATED ELBOWS 




MARTIN X BLUE 
(30 Gauge) 



Size 
lo. 30C — S-in. 
fo. 40C— 4-in. 
lo. 50C — 5-in. 
lo, 60C — 6-in. 
lo. 70C — 7-m. 



Ship'g Wt. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 



4 

6 

9 

14 

20 



MARTIN XX BLUE 
(28 Gauge) 



io. 62C — 6-in. 
lo. 72C — 7-in. 



16 lbs. 
24 lbs. 



Dozen 

$1.40 
1.70 
1.90 
2.10 
3.20 



$2.50 
3.50 



MARTIN 4X BLUE 
(."26 Gauge) 

io. 64C — 6-in. 20 lbs. 
(o. 74C — 7-in. 30 lbs. 

MARTIN XX 

<o. G42C — 4-in. 
*o. G52C — 5in. 
^o. G62C — fi-in. 



ADJUSTABLE ELBOWS 




MARTIN XX BLUE 



(28 Gauge) 



No. 
No. 

No. 
No. 

No. 
No. 



32A— 3-in. 

42A — 4-in. 
52A — 5-in. 
62A — 6-in. 
72A— 7-in. 
82A— 8-in. 



4 

6 

8 

12 

18 

30 



lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 



(26 Gauge) 



No. 64A — 6-in. 
No. 74A — 7-in. 



15 
20 



lbs. 
lbs. 



$2.80 
3.00 
3.30 
3.50 
4.30 
5.50 



$4.30 
6.20 



$3.30 
4.30 

GALVANIZED 

7 lbs. $4.00 

10 lbs. 4.50 

IS lbs 1.80 



MARTIN XX GALVANIZED 
(28 Gauge) 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



G32A — 3-in. 
G42A — 4-in. 
G52A — 5-in. 
G62A— 6-in. 
G72A— 7-in. 



5 

7 

9 

13 

20 



lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 



$4.50 
5.00 
5.60 
5.90 
6.20 



TAPER JOINTS 



MARTIN X BLUE 

8ii« Ship's Wt. P«r Joint 

ICnockeci Dovrn^ — 24-inch Joints, 
^o. 761—7x6 55 Iba $0.30 

Made Up 24-iiicb Joints. 

Mo. 761M— 7x6 29 lbs. $0.36 

MARTIN 4X BLUE 

Knocked Down — 24-tncli Joint*. 

N©. 764 — 7x6 70 lbs. $0.36 

Made Up Z4-inck JoiaU. 

No. 764M— 7x6 . . lbs. $0.42 



MARTIN XX BLUE 

SUa Ship's Wt. Par Joint 

Knocked Down — 24-inch Joints. 
No. 762 — 7x6 60 lbs. $0.32 



i 2-incb Joints. 
No. 762^ — 7x6 32 lbs. 



$0.22 



Made Up 24-incli JoinU. 

No. 762M — 7x6 . . lbs. $0.38 



IZ.inch Joints. 

No. 762 HM — 7x6 . . lbs. 



TEE JOINTS 

MARTIN XX BLUE 



see THAT 
FLANGE JOINT 

:^ ^ 




Knocked Down — 12 inches long 



Size Ship*g Wt. Dozen 
No. 62 %T — 6-in, 2 lbs. $5.00 




Made Up 24 inches long 

No. 62MT— 6-in. 2 V^ lbs. $7.10 



REDUCERS 




MARTIN XX BLUE— ROUND 

No. — 6 to 3; Wt., doz. 8 lbs. Doz. $3.80 
No. 4—6 to 4; Wt., doz., 9 lbs. Doz. 4.00 
No. 1 — 6 to 7; Wt., doz. 10 lbs. Doz. 4.50 



MARTIN XX BLUE OVAL 



$0.28 




ONE-PIECE REDUCERS 

No. 21 — Made from one piece of sheet 
steel. Rigid and does not come apart. 
Per dozen $3.00 



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STOVE PIPE AND ELBOWS 

ALUMINUM 

Aluminum Pipe and Elbows will last indefinitely. Gas fumes seemingly have absolutely rio effect on Aluminum Alun- 
inum Pipe and Elbows should not be installed in connection with heaters using fuels other than gas. Aluminum eoods ill 
stand a temperature of 500 degrees. e «» « 

MADE-UP STOVE PIPE, ELBOWS AND COLLARS 

Size, inches 3 45 6 7 

Weight per dozen pipe 24 inches long, lbs 8% 12^ 18% 20 24 

Price pipe 24 inches long. Per dozen $14.00 $14.40 $18.00 $26.40 $2900 

Weight per dozen pipe 12 inches long, lbs 7 8% 10 12% 14 

Price pipe 12 inches long. Per dozen ] $8.00 $8.40 $10.80 $14.40 $16.00 

Weight per dozen Adj. Elbows 4 piece, lbs 4 5 8 11 13 

Price Adj. Elbows 4 piece. Per dozen ; /, $8,40 $10.00 $15.60 $18.00 $22.00 

TAPER JOINTS 24 INCHES LONG 

24-mches long: — Price of full joint large end, plus 20% 

12-inches long — One half price of full taper, plus 20^ 

NOTE— Standard packages of all items contain one dozen each of sizes 5 inch and smaller; 1/2 dozen each in larger sizes m 
broken packages add 10 per cent. ^ 



Pipe and Elbows are wrapped. Packed in dozen lots, one dozen to a carton in sizes 5 inch and smaller and half that nm 
ber in larger sizes. Made of 24 gauge pure Aluminum— bright finish. Tees made to order at price of two full Joints each. 

Owing to their light weight these goods can be shipped by express or parcel post at moderate cost. Sold only in ful 
cartons. 



All sizes (9 inch outside diameter) — Per dozen 



COLLARS 



$6.0( 



MARTIN SNAPPER 




Martin Snapper" the most practical of all nested stove pipe! A lock the full length of joint can be cut into any fractional 
length and still be "Martin Snapper". Outside surface perfectly smooth. No folds, slots, grooves, notches, lugs or buttons on 
outside of pipe. 

No tools, no hammering, no rivets, cannot collapse or expand. 

No. 628S — 28 gauge, 6 inch, per crate *53(j 

No. 728S— 28 gauge, 7 Inch, per crate !.!.]!"!!!!!!]!!!!! 6*60 

No. 626S — 26 gauge, 6 inch, per crate 1 !!!."!]."' ! ' 6 30 

No. 726S — 26 gauge, 7 inch, per crate "!' 1 1 ! Ill !!!!!!!!!!."].*!!.' ! 7!60 

25 joints to a crate. We do not break crates. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSEMBLING SNAPPER STOVE PIPE 

1. Lay pipe on table seam side up and smooth end against body. 

2. Grasp crimped end of pipe firmly with thumbs on top close to seam and with fingers inside of pipe. 

3. Insert lip in groove to start lock at end of pipe, and push together as far as possible. 

4. Change position of hands, moving thumbs along seam and fingers around pipe. Press firmly downward and together, 

Do not attempt to snap lock during this operation but see that lip is pushed well into 



moving hands gradually toward body, 
groove the full length of pipe 

5. Return hands to position as described in paragraph 2 and force seam together until it snaps into place 
end for end and snap smooth end together in exactly the same manner. 



Turn pipe 



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STOVE BOARDS 

Wabash "Marbleized" stove boards have 
seen designed to harmonize with the 
lew color note in the home. Like the 
nodern kitchen range, these boards em- 
3loy pleasing graining effects in cream, 
)lack, and green to produce a marbleized 
iSect which adds color, and harmonizes 
irith other objects in the room. These 
KJards are recommended for use — not 
mly in the kitchen — but wherever a note 
)f color would lend character to the 
room. 



No. 15 — (Wood Lined) Square 

[nches 26x26 28x28 

m., doz. lbs 109 126 

Per dozen $27.90 $32.50 

Inches 30x30 33x33 36x36 

RTt., doz. lbs.. 143 172 202 

?er doz $37.70 $44.60 $52.70 

No. 18— (Wood Lined) Oblong 

[nches 24x36 26x32 

Nt, doz. lbs 131 132 

?er dozen $38.80 $33.60 

Inches 28x34 30x38 32x42 

Jft, doz. lbs.. 153 173 208 

Per dozen ... $36.50 $44.90 $51.70 

No. 21 — (Paper Lined) Square 

Inch^ 26x26 28x28 

^t., doz. lbs 109 126 

Per dozen $15.60 $17.50 

Inches 30x30 32x32 35x35 

m., doz. lbs.. 143 172 202 

Per dozen ... $20.40 $24.20 $30.00 

No. 24 — (Paper Lined) Oblong 

Inches 26x30 28x34 30x36 

m., doz. lbs.. 125 153 170 

Per dozen ... $20.50 $23.20 $27.70 

BROWN DIAMOND 

14x24 — Per dozen $5.00 

!6x26 — Per dozen 5.80 

18x28 — Per dozen 7.20 

10x30— Per dozen 8.50 

16x30 — Per dozen 7.60 

18x34 — Per dozen 9.20 

I New Walnut Stove Board — Paper -lined 

Very similar in design, coloring and 
Inish to Numbers 89 and 94 boards but 
»per-lined in place of wood-lined. A 
jersistent demand for a board of this 
ype has resulted in its addition this 
rear. 

io. 97 — ^Walnut — ^Paper-lined 

16x26 — Per dozen $13.90 

18x28— Per dozen 15.80 

!0x3O— Per dozen 17.90 

!2x32 — Per dozen 20.20 

15x35 — Per dozen 25.00 

^0. 101— Walnut^-Faper-lined. 

S6x30— Per dozen $16.30 

t8x34 — Per dozen 19.40 



STOVE SUNDRIES 

Enameled Stove Boards 




Mahogany and Walnut Enamel Stove 
Boards finished in special baked enamel, 
grained to represent wood. Primarily 
made to match enameled heating stoves, 
but also very attractive for use with any 
stove. Wood lined, non-warping con- 
struction. 

Square Pattern 
No. 88 Mahogany No. 89 Walnut 

Inches 28x28 30x30 

Wt., doz., lbs 126 143 

Per dozen $33.80 $39.10 

Inches 33x33 36x36 

Wt., doz., lbs 172 202 

Per dozen $46.40 $54.70 

Obion; Pattern 

No. 91 Mahogany No. 94 Walnut 

Inches 24x36 26x32 28x34 

Wt., dz., lbs... 131 132 153 

Per doz. $36.30 $35.00 $40.00 

Inches 30x38 32x42 

Wt., dozen, lbs 173 208 

Per dozen $46.70 $53.70 

Paper Lined. 




Made from selected coke tin plate mount- 
ed on heavy red express paper. Paper lined 
boards are made with rope moulded edffefl. 
Tin Plate is cryBtallize-, excepting the de- 
siicn, which is left in briffht finish, covered 
with hitrhest irrade baking varnish, produc- 
ing a silver effect. 

No. 9 — Square Pattern. 

Size, inches 24x24 26x26 

Wt., dozen, lbs 34 42 

Per dozen $14.40 $15.70 

Size, inches 28x28 30x30 32x32 35x35 
Wt., doz., lbs. 47 62 69 82 

Per dozen . . $17.70 20.70 24.60 30.50 
Paper lined crystal stove boards are 
marked aceordlnv to the sise of blanks from 
which ther are made. One doscen in a ease. 



STOVE MICA 



m^^imm^m»im»f^i»m 



WStOVZUlCA 
If Ready for use 







This assortment contains a stock 
of the most popular sizes put up on« 
sheet in an envelope and packed ir 
a neat display cabinet. The assort 
ment consists of: 

10 sheets, 2 x3 

26 sheets, 2^x8 

15 sheets, 2^x4 

16 sheets, t x8 H 
6 sheets, 8 x4 % 

10 sheets, 3 1^x4 
6 sheets. 4 x* 



10 sheets, 2 x4 

26 sheets. 2^x8^ 

26 sheets, 8 x8 

40 sheets, 8 x4 

6 sheets, 8Hx8H 

10 sheets. SHx6 

6 sheets, 4 x6 

Per assortment $22.75 

List ReTis«a January 26, 1922. 



2^x2^ 
2 x3 
2 x3^^ 

2 x4 

2^x3 

2^x3^ 

2^x4 

3 x3 

3^3 H 
x4 

x4H 

x5 
3^x3^ 
3^x4 
3^ix4M 
3^^x5 
3^x6 

4 x4 
4 x5 
4 x6 



inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 



Pound 

.$7.75 
. 7.26 
. 8.00 
. 9.2R 
. 7.75 
. 9.50 
.10.75 
.12.00 
.12.0C 
.13.00 
.15.00 
.16.50 
.16.00 
.15.00 
.16.00 

.ie.50 



.18.00 
.17.00 
.18.00 

.20.00 



She«t 

.04 

.05 
.Ofi 
.05 
.06 
.07 
.00 
.09 
.11 
.14 
.16 
.17 
.16 
.17 
.20 
.22 
.26 
.20 
.26 
.35 



Other sizes from factory. 

Packed one s heet in an envelope ane 
<me-quarter pound In a paakaae 



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COAL HODS 



COAL HODS 




Japanned, Open. 

No. 117—17 inches. Weight, per dozen, 
27 lbs. Per dozen $7.40 

No. 118 — 18 inches. Weight, per dozen, 
30 lbs. Per dozen .$7.80 

Half dozen in a bundle. 




Galvanized, Open. 

No. 617 — 17 inches. Weight, per dozen, 
34 lbs. Per dozen $9.20 

No. 618—18 inches. Weight, per dozen, 
38 lbs. Per dozen $10.00 

No. 620—20 inches. Weight, per dozen, 
50 lbs. Per dozen $13.20 

Half dozen in a bundle. 




An extra heavy galvanized hod for es- 
pecially hard usage. Very strongly con- 
srtucted throughout. 

No. 86 — 18 inches; weight, per dozen, 50 
lbs. Per dozen $14.00 



TKo 





A new ''console' type coal and wood 
range which is constructed in accord- 
ance with regular Sanico standards 
of super-fine quality and yet is 
Priced to Sell! 

We are sure you will agree that 
Sanico has again Earned the Distinction of Producing 

Americans Most Beautiful Range 

For complete information see pages 8 and 9 of this catalog. 



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STOVE SHOVELS 

JUMBO 




Jombo — Made of extra heavy Bessemer 
steel, fitted with extra strong wrought 
iron handle. Length 21^ inches over all, 
length of scoop 8 inches, width 5 inches, 
depth 21/^ inches. Weight, per gross, 140 
pounds. Finish, black baked Japanned. 
Per dozen $2.50 



IXL 




Double Handle. 

?fo. 1 — IXL, steel, Japanned, length 22 
Inches, scood 5x8 ^^ inches. Wt,, per doz- 

13U lbs. Per dozen $2.80 

No. 2 — IXL, steel. Japanned, length 25 
Inches, scoop SMsxO inches. Wt., per 

dozen, 16 lbs. Per dozen $3.20 

Half dozen in a bundle. 




No. 57 — Victor Japanned, length 23 
inches, size of scoop 5x8 inches. Weight, 
per dozen, lOV^ pounds. Per dozen. $1.80 




No. 80 — Vulcan, Japanned, length 
16 inches, size of scoop 4%x7 in. 
Wt.. doz., 5 lbs. Per doz $0.90 



STOVE SUNDRIES 
FIRE POKERS 



No, 4S — %x20 inches, straight, 
wrought iron, wire handle, with ring, 
all nickel-plated. Weight, per dozen, 
7 lbs. Per dozen . $1.50 

No. 404S — %x28 inches, straight, 
with wire handle and ring, all nick- 
el plated. Weight, per dozen, 14 
lbs. Per dozen $4.00 



f 



No. IB — ^x20 inches, bent, wrought 
iron, wire handle with ring, all nick- 
el plated. Weight, per dozen, 7^^^ 
lbs. Per dozen $1,50 



FURNACE POKERS 



r 



Strong, well made pokers, mill 
finish. 

No, 605 — Length, 60 inches; diame- 
ter, V^-inch. Weight, per dozen, 45 

lbs. Per dozen $8.00 

No. 161 — Same as No. 605 but straight. 
Per dozen $8.00 



STOVE 



SCRAPERS 



No. 13 — Stove scrapers, A-inch 

wrought iron rod, 30 inches long. 

Wt., dozen, 3 V4 lbs. Dozen.. $1.50 

All above, one dozen in a bundle. 



STOVE COVER 
LIFTER?; 




No. 2 — Alaska, nickel-plated, grray 
iron shank, wire handle. Weight. 

per dozea, 5 lbs. Per doz $1.40 

One dozen in a box. 




No. 5N — Nickel-plated, selected cast- 
ings, wire handle. Weight, per dozen, 

5 lbs. Per dozen $1.20 

One dozen in a box — Open stock. 



CLINKER TONGS 



^ 




With this Clinker Tong you can reach 
into the furnace and remove hot clinkers 
with ease. As necessary as a poker or 
shovel. It is constructed of heavy steel 
and the jaws are pointed so that any 
shape clinker can be handled. Length, 
39 inches. Finished in black and red. 
No. 94 — Shipping weight, per box, 26 lbs. 

Per dozen $9.00 

Packed 12 to a box. 

STRAIGHT BOILEB COILS 
Iron Pipe 

9 



List 

$1.80 

1.80 

List 
$5.30 
5.30 
4.50 
4.50 




Lglh. iu. jrsizt: xii. Cus». xii. 
No. 1 141^ 1 9 

No. 2 U% 1 9% 

Brass Pipe 

Lgth. In. Size In. Gtrs. In. 
No. 10 14 H 1 9 

No. 11 14H 1 9V& 

No. 12 14 H % 

No. 13 14^ % 9H 

OFFSET BOILEB COILS 
Iron Pipe 






Lgth. In. Size In. Ctrs. In. 


Ust 


No. 3 


14^ 1 9 


$2.00 


No. 4 


14V^ 1 9% 
Brass Pipe 


2.00 




Lgth. In. Size In. Ctrs. In. 


List 


No. 14 


14»^ 1 9 


$5.80 


No. 15 


14Vi 1 9H 


5.80 


No. 16 


14Vi % 9 


5.00 


No. 17 


U¥i % 9H 


5.00 


WARM AIR FURN/»CE COILS 


^= 


Iron Pipe 


=3 


c 


;^^^— — — 
Lgth. In. Size In. Ctrs. In. 


list 


No. 5 


24 % 2% 


$2.70 


No. 6 


27 % 2% 


2.85 


No. 7 


30 % 2^ 
Brass Pipe 


3.00 




Lgth. In. Size In. Ctrs. In. 


List 


No. 18 


24 % 2Mi 


$5.80 


No. 19 


27 % 2% 


6.20 


No. 20 


30 % 2Mm 


8.60 


Justrite one-piece colls have no mtlngs 


to burn 


out. They have a clear 


water 


way from end to end and will not 


lime 


up as quickly as old-fashioned colls 




Brass 


colls will outlast Iron Colls and 


heat much faster. 





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CARBONOID 





Destroys soot In the chimney, range, 
stove or furnace. Insures perfect com- 
bustion, saves fuel and gives more heat, 
prevents rust in pipes. It is perfectly 
harmless and any woman can use it. No 
taking down of pipes, or shutting down of 
fire to clean out the soot. Just pour a 
little on red hot coals. 
Size, Pkg. 14 OS. Con'tr. 2 lb. can 

Wt., do2en., lbs 8 27 

Per dozen $3.00 $6.00 

Open Stock 

FURNACE CEMENT 

A quick setting 
asbestos furnace 
cement. Especial- 
ly suitable for re- 
pair work and is 
also good for set- 
ting up furnaces 
and stoves. Does 
not shrink when 
subjected to heat. 

1 lb. can — Each |0.26 

S lb, can — Each 90 

10 lb. can — Each 1.76 

IRON CEMENT 

Made in pow- 
dered form for 
repairing leaks 
or breaks in 
castings and for 
making connec- 
tions in steam or 
hydraulic work; 
^^ i t withstand* 

fire, water, steam, or petroleum and 
very high pressures. Applied as 

No. 1 Smooth-On. 

Quick hardening, packed in blue 
labeled cans. 

1-lb. Cant — Per dozen $9.60 

7-oz. Cans — Per dozen 5.50 

C-LER-TITE PLASTIC 
IRON CEMENT 

In Powder Form 

Mends Leaks, cracks or breaks in steam 
and hot water pipes, furnaces, boilers, 
etc. Makes permanent screw thread 
joints. Repair leaks in auto radiators 
and water jackets, mends exhaust pipes 
or mufflers and serves many other pur- 
poses. Ideal for cementing or mending 
almost any breaks in iron. 
C-Ler-Tite Plastic Iron Cement^Per 

dozen $1,50 

1 dozen packages in a carton. 




STOVE SUNDRIES 

ASBESTOS STOVE 

LINING CEMENT 




A plastic, durable fire proof mix- 
ture for making and repairing lin- 
ings in stoves and furnaces. It does 
not crack or crumble. 

3 lb. papers — Per dozen $4.40 

6 lb. papers — Per dozen 7.20 

PATCHING PLASTER 

Universal 




For repairing damaged walls and filling 
cracks and crevises. Universal Patching 
Plaster is made of quality ingredients, 
scientifically compounded to serve the 
needs of the painter and decorator, as 
well as th layman. Can be applied readi- 
ly and economically. 

Ideal for Old Walls 

For repairing old walls, Universal 
Patching Plaster will give a hard, tough 
surface that can be painted, calcimined 
or papered. Easy spreading, quick dry- 
ing and less shrinkage are the distinctive 
qualities of Universal Patching Plaster. 

The beautiful new package helps sell 
universal patching plaster and is a real 
convenience as a small quantity can be 
used, the cover replaced and the re- 
mainder of contents kept perfectly until 
needed again. 

2^ pound size — Per dozen $3.00 

5 pound size — Per dozen 5.00 

Beautiful counter display cards fur- 
nished on request — No charge. 




8.40 
IllN 



PATCHING 
PLASTER 

Rutland. 

This is a ma 
terial to be use: 
b y decoraton 
and others in re- 
pairing plastered 
walls and in 
jointing an^ 
patching stQceo 
and brick sai- 
faces. It seti 
slowly enough t« 
be handled anii 
worked for froB 
10 to 15 min. 
utes, so thit 
patches of considerable size can be 
trowelled and finished satisfactorily 
No. 3— Weight. 2Vi pounds. Per 

dozen fSiO 

No. 6 — Weight, 5 pounds. Pe 

dozen 6.00 

No. 10 — Weight, 8 pounds, Po 

dozen 

No. 15— Wt.. 16 lbs. Per doeen.. 
No. 3 — 2 dozen to a case. 
No. 6 — 1 dozen to a CEise. 
No. 10 — V2 dozen to a case. 
No. 15 — % dozen to a case. 



CONCRETE 
PATCHER 

Rutland. 

Saves time, troa 
ble, money and an 
noyance. It's eai; 
to use. It comes in 
handy sizes and n 
quires just the addi- 
tion of water tc 
prepare it so thit 
any amateur m 
make a clean, 
strong patch. Somi 
of the uses of Rut^ 
land Concrete Pat- 
cher: Repairinj 

breaks in sidewalks and cement 
floors. Stopping leaks in cisterns and 
concrete tanks. Filling holes and 
stopping leaks in concrete founda- 
tions. Patching breaks in concrete 
steps. Pointing up joints in brick 
and stone masonry. Setting looie 
tiles. Constructing drains for spouti 
and other outlets. Performing tree 
surgery. Stopping rat holes and 
vermin cracks. And should be used 
for any other repair job requiring 
the use of concrete. 
No. 3 — Size, 2 % pounds. Packed 2 
dozen to a case. Per dozen . . . $3.60 
No. 5 — Size, 5 pounds. Packed 1 
dozen to a case. Per dozen. . .$6.01) 






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STOVE TRUCKS 

Baltxly's. 




Ko. 24 — Baltzly's stove trucks, steel 
frame, Japanned. Weight, each, 45 

bi. Each $16.00 

Open stock. 
jiThe No. 24 Truck can also be supplied 
mh rubber tires at an extra charge of 

mo. 

STOVE CASTERS 
Bassick 




No matter how you bang it the Har- 
Tard Steel Stove Caster will always 
stand up— always ready for duty. All 
rteel reinforced construction — with high- 
grade ball bearing casters that will swivel 
under any stove. The cup is sufficiently 
large to contain stove legs of any type. 
Also designed for use under cabinet type 
rtoves or general utility purposes in mov- 
ing heavy cases, etc. 

No. 700— Weight, per set of four, 3^ lbs. 
Per set $1.75 

STOVE SHAKER 
ASSORTMENTS 

MallemUa Crank Shakers. 
Nickalad — For Duplex Grates. 




Crank Shaker Aisortments — 

Each assortment contains 6» % Inch 
square opening, 3, % inch triangular and 
t, % inch square opening shakers. Per 

issortment $5.20 

411 sties open stock. Per dos $6.00 

Open Stock 

%-inch Square — ^Per dozen $6.00 

li-inch Square — Per dozen 6.00 

ti-inch Triangular — Per dozen .... 6.00 
t^-inch Triangular — Per dozen .... 6.00 



STOVE SUNDRIES 

STOVE SHAKER 
ASSORTMENTS 

Two-in-One — Nickel Plated. 



B12 B87 



B88 



B86 



B21 B88 




This stove shaker assortment is es- 
pecially adapted to the hardware and 
stove repair trade; each end la a 
shaker and besides stoves mentioned 
there are dozens of other makes that 
the two-in-one will fit. Each manu- 
facturer does not always have a defi- 
nite and particular shaker that is 
adapted to his line onIy» so that a 
dealer handling these two-in-one 
shakers has not only twenty-four 
shakers in one dozen, but he has a 
line that will fit satisfactorily many 
times twenty-four makes of stoves. 
Two -in -One— Assortment contains 1 dos- 
en shakers. 1 each of the styles listed. 

Per assortment , $3.90 

Note — We do not break assort- 
ments. 

No. B12 fits Garland, etc. 
No. B37 fits Buck's, etc. 
No. B33 fits Garland line, with tri- 
angular crank on one end, with 
draw center shaker on the other. 
No. B36 fits Stewart line, %-inch 
square crank on one end, with 
two prong draw renter on the 
other end. 
No. B21 fits Penninsular, etc. 
No. B38 fits Laurel line, etc. 
No. B44 fits Brand's, etc. 
No. B35 fits Junior Oak, etc. 
No. B41 fits Ratbone-Sard "Acorn" 
line, etc. 

No. Bie fits Jewett'a and Estate 
hard coal beaters, etc. 

No. 49 fits Fuller & Warren "Jun- 
ior Oak" two prong heaters, etc. 

No. 43 fito "Favorite" two prong 

heaters, etc. 



STOVE POLISH 

Black silk Hquiil stove polish in 
screw top cans. 



No. 6 

Size can . . 6 oz. 
Doz. in case 3 
Wt.p case, lbs. 18^ 
Per dozen $2.25 

No. 8 

Size can . . % pt. 
Doz. in case 3 
Wt., case, lbs. 22!^ 
Per dozen $3.50 





Nos. 


5 


2« 


Ap. size of can 


5 oz. 


5 lbs. 


Contents of case. doz. . . 


3 


% 


Wt., per case, lbs 


14% 


35 


Per dozen 


. $2.50 





Per can 




S2.00 



IdiMlKlit7uildiuiitigti,tralr oimnMln tar oouK^ 



Rising Sun — Small size cakes. Wt., per 

case, 39 lbs. Per gross $15.00 

Half gross in a box. 



(4 fnameiine w^ 



No. 4 — %x3H Inch tin boxes. Wt., case, 

(% gross) 12 lbs. Per gross $15.00 

No. 6 — 1^x3% inch tin boxes. Wt. 

case (^ gro.) 21 lbs. Gross $23.00 

FLOUR CITY 
This is a high-grade, jet black, liquid 
Stove Polish, packed in full 6 ounce 
Screw Top cans. Guaranteed equal in 
quality to Black Silk or any other. 

No. 66 — Per can $0.10 

( 3 doz. 6 oz. cans in a case) 

STOVE PIPE ENAMEL 

FLOUR CITY 

This is a bright, glossy, black enamel 
of fine quality. Exceptionally durable. 
Recommended especially for use on stoves 
and stove pipe as well as on any Interior 
or exterior metal surface where a glossy 
black protective finish is desired. 

No. 77— Per can $0.10 

( 3 doz. 6 oz. cans in a case) 



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STOVE SUNDRIES, ETC. 



STOVOIL 



1 



A high grade 
preparation per- 
forming four opera- 
tions in one. It re- 
moves and prevents 
rust, cleans and 
polishes. It is ap- 
plicable to any met- 
al surface including 
iron, steel, brass, 
bronze nickel, cop- 
per and silver. Its 
action upon metal 
after removing rust 
is to form a very 
thin polished pro- 
tective coating over 
the surface, 
Stovoil — Put up in 4 OZ. boLtlea, 






vVt., 



per carton, 26 lbs. Per dozen. .$6.24 

IRON ENAMF' 

GLOSS BLACK 




Coii^plete Assortment with Miniature 
Range. The most modern eye-catching 
mmiature stove (size 16% Inches Long 
%\'i, mches high, 5*/^ Inches deep), made 
of tested sheet steel attractively lacquer- 
ed In jade green, with stovepipe partly 
enameled and three cans attached, with 
compartments in rear for handy stock 
purposes. 

Nfl. 15—^ Pt. Per dozen $180 

No. 25 — ^ Pt. Per dozen 3.00 

No. 70 — Quart. Per dozen .... 8.4« 

STOVE POLISH 



Fyr-Praf. 

Fyr-pruf stove 
and nickel polish 
will blacken the 
stove and shine 
the nickel parts 
at one time from 
the same can. 
Applied v(r i t h 
cloth or brush, 
and with little 
labor — no dust 
— no odor — no 
rust — it pro- 
duces a most 
beautiful and 
lasting lustre. 

Fvr-Hrut — Per dozen 2 SO 

Fyr.Pruf — Per case (3 doz.) . .$8.00 




!!YRPRUf 

Polish 




STOVE ENAMEL 

BLACK SILK 

Black Silk Iron Enamel — 

Vt. pint cans with brushes. 
Per dozen $4.00 

Three dozen In a case. 
Weight. 24 lbs. 



STOVE ENAMEL 





V Jack. 



A ready for 
ase, liquid pre- 
paration for 
application to 
stove pipes, 
stoves, ranges 
and furnace 
trimmings. An 
excellent arti- 
cle for a dur- 
able jet black 
gloss. 

Will cover approximately 500 
square feet to the gallon, one coat. 
Qu. Pt». 

Per can $0,90 $0.55 

H Pt« ^4 Pt8. 

Per can $0.35 $0.25 

WEATHER STRIPS 

DoubU Contact Foil. 
Boftl«y's Clincher. 

This strip Is known as "double contact" 
because the felt makes contact at both 
the bottom and edge. There Is no space 
for cold winds to blow through. Made 
of selected kiln dried, oil stained wood 
moulding with heavy, all wool, moth- 
proofed felt glued to the bottom of the 
moulding. Note that when applied, the 
nails are driven through both moulding 
and felt. In this way the felt is held 
firmly in place with no chance of loosen- 
ing. All sizes carried In 7 ft. lengths 
only; packed 252 In a fibre shipping con- 
tainer. 



No. 70— Size %XH In. Weight per 100 

feet, 3 lbs. Per 100 feet $5.00 

No. 71— Size %x% In. Weight per 100 ft. 

4H lbs. Per 100 feet .$5.00 

No, 71 <4— Size %xl In. Weight per 100 
ft.. 6 lbs. Per 100 feet , .$7.00 




No. 74 — 6ize ^xlW In. Weight per 100 

ft., 8 lbs. Per 100 $10.00 

No. 75— Size %xl^ In. Weight per 100 
feet. 10 lbs. Per 100 feet $12.00 



FLEXIBLE FELT 
F«lt Casing, Air Proof, Paper ts^ 
Cotton Cushion Lining. 

No. 13 S. & Q.— %-inch, flexible felt 
for top and sides of door, 75 feet or 
a reel, two reels in a box. Weigh^ 

per box, 3 lbs. Per 100 feet $5.3{ 

150 feet in a box. 




No. 14 S. & Q.— %-inch, flexible fell 
for inside bottom of doors, 50 fee' 
on reel, 2 reels in a box. Weight 

per box, £¥2 lbs. Per 100 ft..,J5.[ 
100 feet in a box 
WHITE METAL-FELT WEATHER- 
STRIP 

Protecto 

Rustless metal scientifically shaped 
with a good grade of felt. At a glanw 
anyone can see that it is weatherstrip 
Publicly accepted; greatest eye appeal 
most rugged strip made. No rule tneas- 
ui-ements required to cut strip. Naill^ 
line close to top makes strip % avail- 
able. 



1/4 -inch Size — Will strip a Double Hun? 
Sash complete, all inside application, nc 
removing sash. Can also be used or 
hinged sash, 252 feet to the carton-3f 
seven foot lengths, shipping weight, lOh 
lbs. Per 100 feet $3.(K 




%-inch size — Strip for top and sides 0! 
doors. 252 feet to the carton— 36 seven 
foot lengths. Shipping weight, 15 lbs 
Per 100 feet $4,0C 




1*4 -inch Size — Strip for bottom of doors, 
125 feet to the carton, 11 seven foot 
lengths and 8 six foot lengths, shippin: 

weight, 16 lbs. Per 100 feet $8.[ 

With 1 carton of each of above u 
Sample Display — No Charge — more ai- 
tractive and complete than any e^er 
shown.) 



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HOME COMFORT CUSHION 
WEATHERSTRIP 





This is the Weatherstrip that dealers 
have learned it pays to handle. Home 
Comfort Cushion Weatherstrip Is made of 
a high grade special rubberized fabric 
and a high-grade Insulating material. 
Rigid four-ply tacking lap and double 
reinforced sewing. Rustless Enameled 
tacks to match included in price. Comes 
in lengths of 500 feet on three color lith- 
ographed steel display reels, or 100 feet In 
colls. Attractive sales stand furnished 
free with 500-foot reels. 

500-foot reels — Per 100 feet $5.00 

100 -foot coils— Per 100 feet 5.20 

with initial order of 500 ft. or over. 

over. 

Display rack and reel furnished free 



WEATHER STRIPS 

SERVALL 




Security Weatherstrip is similar to 
Home Comfort but is made of cheaper 
materials. It will not give the same ser- 
vice as Home Comfort but is a good value 
at the price offered and meets the de- 
mand for a cheaper competitive item. 
In 500-ft. reels with tacks. 

500-ft. reels — Per 100 ft $3.00 

Cut Lenffths— Per 100 feet 3.50 



DOOR BOTTOM STRIPS 
Boftley'i 




Bosley's "Brass-and-Felf* success- 
fully closes one of the worst openings 
the weather stripper has to deal with 
— the crack between the bottom of 
a door and its sill. Durable felt 
pressed by the closed door firmly 
against ;he door-sill, effectively stops 
all draft at this joint. The solid brass 
stripping which clamps the felt, pre- 
serves the whole strip from damage 
keeping it firmly in place. Moth- 
proof. 

32-inch— Per dozen $5.00 

36-lnch— Per dozen 6.00 

42-inch— Per dozen 7.00 



HOME 




Made of 31 gauge double hemmed edge 
tension spring bronze. The gauge and 
tension of the bronze meets the exact re- 
quirements of a good weatherstrip. Reduc- 
ing the gauge or thickness shortens the 
life and spring of the metal and in a 
short time It ceases to function as a wea- 
therstrip. Each carton contains 4 boxes 
of copper plated weatherstrip nails manu- 
factured especially for this purpose which 
will not easily pull out. All Home weath- 
er strip will have proper size nail holes 
punched clear through the strip every 1^ 
inches to insure ease in nailing as well as 
proper efficiency. The cartons are made 
so that the strips can easily be uncoiled 
and measured in the retail stores without 
removing the coil from the carton. 

The lU inch can be successfully used 
on all doors and windows 1% inch and 
wider. The % inch should be used for 
only the narrower doors and casements. 
Each carton contains a 100-ft. coil. This 
size will take care of approximately five 
windows or five doors. 

94 -inch — Per 100 feet .$3.30 

1 -inch — Per 100 feet 3.90 

1!4 -inch—Per 100 feet 4.50 



THERMWOOL 




Thermwool Is a non-inflamable wind- 
proof, waterproof and mothproof. Weath- 
erstrip of great tensible strength. Put 
up in 10 ft. lengths in an attractive pack- 
age. 

No. 25 — 25c retail. Per doa. plcgs..$1.75 

No. 75—750 retail. Per dos5. pkgs. . i.50 

NU-FELT 



BOSLEY'S = 

Nu-FeltWeathcrStnn = 





A good grade of felt for use as weather 
stripping. Very easily applied. Put up 
In cartons of 10 feet each. 

Cartons — Per dosen $1.50 



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ALL METAL WEATHER STRIP 







The Dennis Double Cushion Spring Bronze All Meetal Weather Strip 
as illustrated is different in construction from others. As you will note 
that styles A, E, and D metal is folded S shape which gives a doiiUe 
spring action, preventing the contact part of the weather strip frai 
losing its resilience, which means that you are always sure to get a teft* 
sion to keep out the wind, rain, snow and dust. 

SAVES % FUEL 
"S" Shape Fold Gives Double Spring Action 

Stops cold air leaks. Makes snug weather-proof seal conforming to 
all warping, shrinkage and expansion of sash and doors. Spring bromi 
that lasts forever. 




Style A is used for the sides of the upper window sash. Run Uu 
weather strip up to the bottom of the sash pulley as illustration No. 1. 
Apply with "S" shaped fold out nailing flange against the stop that sep- 
arates the two window sash. Style A is also used on the sill under th* 
lower sash, applied as illustration No. 4, nailing flange out. 



f\($ 0^ ^ -^i^Ei^ g. A style — Size I inch for windows Is applied to the window frame against 

5IP y'^ ^^N. ^S|j the stop and between the edge of sash and frame, or on the sill under- ! 



neath the bottom of the lower sash. Style A reversed is also used on 
casement windows at top, bottom and hinge sides, 5, 6, 7 and 8-foot 
lengths, 252 feet in a tube. Complete with flat head copperweld nalk 
Weight 18 pounds, per tube. Per 1,000 feet $90.(M 

Style A Reversed is used to weather strip the sides of the lower sash. 
Apply to the window frame S shaped fold against the frame, nailing edge 
toward the inside, strip to compress in between edge of window sash and 
frame when sash is closed. Use flat head copperweld (rust proof) nails 
applied 3 inches apart. Keep S shaped fold free from parting stop so 
that it will not bind when strip is compressed after sash is closed. Cut 
strip Vz inch longer than sash, as illustration No. 3. 




Style A — (Reversed) and 
applied to the top, bottom 
and hinge side of casement 
windows, also on lock side 
if not rabbeted. 

If bottom of casement is 
rabbeted use Style E applied 
to the frame. 




Style B — is used to weather strip the meeting rail and top of 
upper window sash. Apply to the top of the upper sash as Il- 
lustrated. Also nail the strip to the meeting raU at the bottom 
of the upper window sash as illustration No. 2. 

B Style — % inches wide, 6, 7 and 8-foot lengths is used for 
closing the joint between the two sash, applied to the bottom 
of the upper sash on the inside so that the strip will cIok 
in between the two sash. Also used for tops of window sash. 
Apply to the sash itself at top. 252 feet In tube. With flat head 
copperweld nails. Weight, 10 lbs. per tube. Per 1,000 ft..$60.M 



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ALL METAL WEATHER STRIP 



' pHlNGESIDEornj.. 



sHofwmft^cK 





The above cut illustrates the Style D, applied to the hiiige 
side of the door with door closed showing the double contact 
feature. Metal strikes both door and frame. 



STYLE B FOR HINGE SIDE OF DOOBS 




D Style— 1^ Inches wide, 6. 7 and 8-foot lengths, We rec- 
ommend this style for the hinge sldd, top and bottom of door. 

Style D is also used for the sides of the lower sash. This 
Style D has an adjustable contact edge automatically adjusts 
itself to make a practical weather strip installation. Packed 
252 feet in tube, with flat head copperweld nails. Weight, 19 
lbs. per tube. Per 1,000 feet $100.00 



STYLE T FOR LOCK SIDE OF DOORS 

! 1/ n 

\< 14 >\ 




Style T — 7 and 8-foot lengths, 1% inches. Recommended 
to close the opening between door and frame on the lock side 
of door. Apply as illustrated, with projecting bottom flange of 
weather strip tight against stop or rabbet. Cut out for lock 
catch as illustrated. Construction of Style T with projecting 
flange assures a perfect flt without binding. Packed 252 feet 
in tube. Weight, per tube, 20 lbs. Complete with nail. Per 
1.000 feet tl25.00 



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WEATHER STRIPS, HEATERS, ETC. 



CARRIAGE 
HEATERS 

Clark's. 

For carriages, wagons, sleighs and 
automobiles. 




Covering is of good wearing qual- 
ity taupe tapestry. By means of the 
heat controls it is easily regulated 
for low or high heats. No need to 
worry about this heater standing up 
A dependable heater good for years 
of hard service. Triangular type. 

No. 7C — Length, 14 inches. Weight, 
each, 6% lbs. Each $4.00 




To meet the big demand for Clark 
All-Day Heaters by spectators at col- 
lege football games, these heaters 
are made with special covering in the 
colors of the leading colleges. Name 
of the college stitched on in flannel 
standard lettering across the top of 
the heater. Clark Heaters are so 
practical for all cold weather out- 
of-door events that thousands are 
being bought for this use each sea- 
son. For skiing or skating, for 
shooting or sleighing, for drivers or 
passengers, this portable heater is 
invaluable — dependable, safe, eco- 
nomical, entirely practical. Oven 
type. 

No. 3D College — Lenpth, 14 inches. 
Weight, each, 4% lbs. Each.. $4. 00 
When ordering, please specify 
plainly that these are to be the Col- 
lege Special — and give the name of 
the college. No shipment will be 
made of less than six College Spec- 
ial Clark Heaters. 



CARRIAGE HEATER 
COAL 




M^DEBY CHICAGO FLEXIBLE SHAFT 



Clark's — Genuine in cakes '(^1x2x1^ 
inches. Weight, per dozen, 9 pounds. 

Per dozen $1.2(? 

One dozen cakes in a carton. 
Twelve dozen in a case. 

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EVEN UP-TO-DATE 
SELLING METHODS 
ARE OUT OF PLACE 
AMONG OLD FASH- 
lONED STORE 
EQUIPMENT. YEAR 
BY YEAR THE MOD- 
ERN WAYS OF SELL- 
ING ARE RAISING 
THE AVERAGE MER- 
CHANDISING EFFI- 
CIENCY OF HARD- 
WARE DEALERS. 
BUT AS A GROUP 
AND AS INDIVID- 
UALS THEY DO NOT 
STRIKE THEIR 
MOST PROFITABLE 
STRIDE UNTIL THE 
STORES, TOO, RE- 
FLECT THEIR AG- 
GRESSIVENESS. 



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General 
WASHINGTON 

Hot-Blast Super Furnaces 
are worthy of the name. 

There's much in the 
name Washington that in- 
spires customer confi- 
dence. 

Likewise, there has 
been built into this line of 
Washington heaters so 
much true worth and hon- 
est value, that confidence 
once gained, is held in 
full measure, year after 
year. 

In the present-day mar- 
ket which demands an 
abundance of extra-val- 
ue, you can satisfy almost 
every prospect from 
Washingtons Seven sizes. 

For full information 
see pages 280 and 281. 



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H. & F. TANK HEATER 



189 




The H. & F. Water Circulating Tank Heater is the only Tank 
Heater of this tjrpe on the market. It is made of 14 gauge 
blue annealed steel throughout and acetylene welded, and is 
equipped with two lengths smoke pipe, spark arrestor, fasten- 
ings irons and ash scraper. 

The H. & F. Tank Heater has a heating surface of more than 
300 square inches over any ordinary submerged Tank Heater. 
And to this added heating surface it also has the circulating 
advantage that no other Tank Heater has. 




The heater has nine tubes or flues through which the water- 
flows. These tubes are three-fourths inch in diameter and one 
foot long, making nine feet of tubes in each Heater. These 
tubes are made from what is known as fire engine tubing, and 
is they ars very thin they heat up quickly and as soon as these 
tubes become hot. the water immediately begins circulating. 




The outstanding feature of the H & F Water Circulating 
Tank Heater is that it will melt the ice on the out edge of the 
tank first. Consequently it offers stock access to the water 
sooner than with tanks that melt the water around the heater 
first, and where it takes a long time before the ice becomes 
melted away along the edges of the tank. 



These tubes are made of material that will withstand the heat 
at the same time heat up quickly. 




Economy Oil Burners (See page 871) are regular equipment 
for H. & F. Oil Burning Tank Heaters. 

The H. & F. Tank Heater can be purchased equipped with 
an oil burner. Where an oil burner equipment is purchased 
it is not necessary to purchase grates. The oil burner Is 
made especially for this heater and is as near fool proof as an 
oil burner can be made. It has a five gallon detached fuel tank. 

The oil regulating valve is inside the fire chute where it keeps 
warm to insure an even flow of oil in the severest cold weath- 
er. 

The H. & F. Heater burns wood, coal or cobs. It can be 
purchased either with or without grates, but where coal Is 
intended for fuel we recommend that grates be purchased with 
Che heater. 



The complete Heater is of a size that makes it convenient for 
use in any tank. It is 28 inches in height with a floor space 
of 28x12x8% inches. Color, bright red. 
H. & F. Tank Heater— Weight each 90 lbs. 

With Grate. Each $25.00 

Less Grate. Each 23.00 



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TANK HEATERS 



ACME 



Body of heater including 
draft flue made of one piece 
close grained cast iron and is 
self sinking. Burns any kind of 
fuel. Will not crack from heat- 
ing or freezing; will outlast 
three or four ordinary tank 
heaters. Has cast elbow at top 
to which smoke pipe attaches. 
Grate with fire can be taken 
out without removing heater. 

Grate, ash tray, two foot 
stack, spark arrester and poker 
included with each heater. 
No. 2 — Diameter, 12 inches; height, 24 Inches. 

135 lbs. Each 

No. 4 — Diameter, 14 inches; height, 24 inches. 

165 lbs. Each , 

No. 6 — Diameter, 16 inches; height, 24 inches. 
195 lbs. Each , 




Weight, each, 
, ...$11.90 

Weight, each, 
$14.50 

Weight, each, 
$19.70 



FOR 



OIL BURNING 



TANK HEATERS 



SEE 



PAGES 289 & 290 



A very popular heater at a reason- 
able price. Just the thing for small 

tanks. 

Made of 20 gauge copper alloy 
steel. Galvanized steel bottom, riv- 
eted and soldered, Grate is in two 
sections, the front resting on two 
legs. Complete with shovel, one 
length of pipe and spark arrester. 

Zero — Diameter, 15 inches; height, 
24 inches. Weight, each, 45 pounds. 
Each .$9,00 



Perfection. 





The "Perfection" Tank Heater is made of 14 gauge 
Keystone copper-steel. Gas welded, submerged type, 
direct draft, with or without grate. Burns either wood 
or coal with strict economy, the combustion chamber 
ebing entirely under water. 

All joints are GAS WELED, doing away with seami 
or rivets of any description. Smokestack welded on, 
becoming a part of heater body itself. Cross section 
of the heater is 9x12 inches, height 26 inches. Hinged 
cover, swing draft slide. 

Basket grate can be readily removed by long bar han- 
dle which is firmly riveted to grate. 

Two joints of 6-inch pipe, spark arrester and aih 
scraper come with each heater. 

No. 1003^ — Without grate; weight, each, about 70 \h* 
Each $12.90 

No. 10030 — With basket grate; weight, each, about 80 
lbs. Each $15.40 



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191 



COOKERS AND KETTLES 



FEED COOKERS 

S. & Q. 

The kettles are 
made of the best 
pray iron with very 
leavy bottoms and 
^th legs so that 
they can be easily 
removed from jack- 
et. Jackets are 
nade of 16 gauge 
iteel with a heavy 
iteel band at the 
iase. Extra heavy 
East iron doors 
closely fitted to 
frames. 

Mo. 12 — Rated ca- 
pacity, 40 gallons 
weight, 197 pounds 
}utside rim diame- 
ter of kettlA. 31 
nches. Each $23.00 
^o. 13 — Rated capacity 50 gallons, weight, 220 
)utside rim diameter of kettle, B^Vs in. Each. . 
^o. 14 — Rated capacity 60 gallons, weight 250 
)utside rim diameter of kettle, 36 inches. Each. 
^o. 16 — Rated capacity, 80 gallons, weight, 330 
)utside rim diameter of kettle, 41 inches. Each. 

^oal Crates. Each 

ihell only for No. 12 — Each 

ihell only for No. 13 — Each 

►hell only for No. 14 Each 

ihell only for No. 16 — Each 

tExtra Door & Door Frame (For Jacket) — Set. 




pounds 
.$24.50 
pounds. 
.$27.00 
pounds. 
.$37.40 
. .$7.00 
.$13.00 
. 13.40 
. 14.30 
. 16.10 
. . 4.50 



INVESTIGATE. 

The Moderne Way of Cooking with 
Oil. It is clean, convenient, economical 
and trouble free. The Moderne means 
better cooking, freedom from dirt, 
ashes, coal-carrying, grate-shaking, 
building fires, etc. 

For full information see pages 242 
and 243. 



BOILING KETTLES 

Perfection — Welded Steel. 

Stock Feed 
Cookers are 

made of 14- 
gauge blue an- 
nealed steel. 
This applies both 
to the cooker and 
to the firebox. 

Cooker kettles 
are of welded 
leak-proof con- 
struction making 
a permanent one- 
piece job. The 
bottoms of ket- 
tles are "V" 
shape which not 
only makes them 
hold their shape, 
but makes it easy 
to dip contents 
closely. 

Fire boxes are 
of 14-gauge blue 
annealed steel 
set into heavy 
cast iron ends 
with legs raising 
cooker four inch- 
es off the floor. 

Door opening is 10 inches by 13 inches and is provided 

with a 4% -inch circular draft as shown. 

Perfection Cookers are rapid, economical boilers; 

fuel savers easily controlled. 

Wgt. 




No. 
40 
60 
75 

100 



Gal. 

40 

60 

75 

100 



Width 
20 in. 
20 in. 
20 in. 
20 in. 



Hgt. 
16 in. 
18 in. 
18 in. 
18 in. 



Lgth. 
30 in. 
36 in. 
48 in. 
60 in. 



with 
Grates 
205 lbs. 
225 lbs. 
250 lbs. 
285 lbs. 



List Price 
with 
Grates 
$30.80 
35.60 
39.50 
42.70 



Above list prices include grates useable for either 
wood or coal. If grates are not wanted, deduct $3.50 
from list price. Extra grates, per set, list, $3.50. Per- 
fection Cookers are listed in actual capacities — not rated 
capacities as are usually given. 

FEED COOKERS 

Caldron. 




Rated cap., (gaU."^ 40 

Depth, inches 16 % 

Diameter, inches 31 

Weight, lbs 130 

Each $12.60 



SO 


60 


17 


18 


32 


37 


150 


180 


$13.50 


$15.20 



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GAS SECTION 



Ranges Pages 193-209 

Water Heaters Page 211 

Circulating Heaters Pages 214-215 

Radiant Heaters Page 217 

Furnaces Pages 219-234 

Conversion Burners Pages 235-240 



193 



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GAS RANGES 
BANQUET GASTROLUX 

COOKS ON IMPRISONED HEAT UNDER AUTOMATIC CONTEOL 



Furnished with Heatsealed oven that cooks and bakes under 
automatic control, with the gas out half the time. Reaches 
baking temperature much quicker than other ovens, and retains 
the heat within the oven, where it belongs. Cuts down gas 
bills and practically eliminates food shrinkage. No pre -heating 
is necessary; all foods and baking are placed In the cold oven 
and the gas is then lighted. 

The Blue Streak Burners on the cooking top boll, fry and stew 
In less time than others. 

Beautiful beyond comparison and as easy to clean as a china 
bowl Is this new Banquet Gastrolux — with rounded surfaces In- 
side and out. No sharp corners — no surfaces where grease a^i^ 
dirt may collect. Protected with lustrous, glistening porcelain 
enamel. 



Nothing but the finest grey iron and Armco Iron, in heavy 
gauges are used in building the Gastrolux. It weglhs 375 
pounds. The frame and cooking top; the oven bottom and legs 
are built of the finest grey iron Into which the enamel Is fused 
No flimsy sheet iron or light steel parts are used in any part. 

The pipe and valves are entirely concealed beneath the 
smooth rounded porcelain front, which may be Instantly lifted 
for inspection of the mixers and valves. The base band Is also 
concealed inside the body. 

All handles are of cool Bakellte. 

Ample in size, this new Banquet Gastrolux Is so efficiently 
designed, that it fits into any kitchen. Think of a baking oven 
with 4,850 cubic inches of space, and a cooking top 24 Inches 
long and 23% inches deep, fittine Into a kitchen space of less 
than two feet In depth and only 3% feet In length. 



BANQUET HEATSEALED OVEN 



The Heatsealed Oven In the Banquet Gastrolux Is warranted 
to operate with one -half the gas used by the ordinary gas range 
oven; to cook more delicious meals; to more than double 
leaswre hours, and to reach 500 degrees In much less time than 
other ranges, eliminating pre -heating of oven. 

These are the reasons for this unequaled performance and 
economy: 

1. Thermol — one and one-half inches thick — completely 
insulates the baking oven. The oven door Is thickly In- 
sulated. Heat does not penetrate Thermol. It is an exclu- 
sive Banquet feature, without seams or joints through 
which hci^t can escape. It is unaffected by fire, water or 
time. 

2. The illustration on page 798 shows how dead-air also 
surrounds the oven. This Insulated dead -air space Is 
properly constructed in the Banquet Gastrolux, so that 
the air within cannot circulate, but is motionless, form- 
ing another barrier to the escape of oven heat. A blister- 
ing temperature within the Heatsealed Oven barely warms 
the exterior of the range. All gas consumed is utilized 
exclusively for baking, roasting, or other oven cooking. 

3. Automatic Oven Heat Control is built In the Heatsealed 
Oven, regulating the temperature In the oven, without 
watching, and insuring the maximum gas saving, made 
possible by the Thermol insulation and dead-air space 
wroimd the oven. 



Heat is held in the oven and prevented from p( 
rapidly to the flue by four dams built In the exit flue. 
With a temperature of 500 degrees in the baking oven, 
the temperature at the pipe collar Is about 180 degrees. 

The Autostop is an automatic device that closes the oven 
vent when the gas is turned off. continuing the cooking 
process on imprisoned heat. 

The vent is wide open when the gas is turned on full 
and as the gas is lowered, the vent gradually closes. For 
example, when the gas is turned half on the vent la 
half open, greatly retarding the escape of heat from the 
oven. 

This is Important, because after the oven is heated, with 
the full oven burner flame to the required temperature, 
the oven burner valve may be turned partially off. Thli 
partially closes the vent and keeps the heat In the oven, 8o 
that the thermostat continues to maintain the required 
oven temperature, indefinitely, with little or no gas. 

The Fides and corners of the Banquet grey Iron Oven 
Bottom are cut away and designed to allow the heat from 
the oven burner to flow rapidly and freely into the oven 
from the moment the oven burner is lighted. This heat 
Is evenly distributed to every part of the oven. 

The oven burner is placed three inches below the oven 
bottom so that the oven bottom does not baffle the flow 
of heat into the ovsn. as on other ranges, where the 
oven burner is placed closely beneath the large squan 
oven bottom. 



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GAS RANGES 

BANQUET GASTROLUX 



[. The grey iron Oven Bottom serves three important pur- 



It doubles the life of the oven, as compared with 
the ordinary steel or sheet iron oven bottom. Ban- 
quet grey iron oven bottoms do not warp, rust or 
burn out. 

It saves about one-third on gas consumed, as com- 
pared with the ordinary sheet iron oven bottoms, 
because of the heat retained and radiated from the 
cast iron, after the oven bottom is heated. The 
automatic oven heat control lowers the oven burn- 
er jets, without loss of oven temperature, because of 
the heat radiated from the cast bottom. It Is 
necessary to burn more gas to maintain the same 
oven temperature with a sheet iron oven bottom 
that retains no heat. 

The grey iron oven bottom Insures perfect baking, 
as it is the best for equalizing the temperature in 
all parts of the oven. 



Shrinkage of foods In baking or roasting is reduced to a 
minimum. In recent test a ham which weighed 15 pounds 
when placed in the oven, weighed 13^ pounds when it 
was taken out. The same size ham, when roasted in an 
ordinary oven, weighed 8% pounds when taken out. 

Another recent test was made in cooking an Identical 
meal in the Heatsealed Oven in competition with a high 
grade standard gas range. Each range was connscted to 
the same gas main, and an accurate meter placed on each 
range. The meals cooked in the Heatsealed Oven and in 
the competing rahge consisted of: 6 pounds of Pork Roast; 
2 pounds of potatoes; 1 pound of macaroni with cheese 
and 1 pound of apples. Each complete meal was care- 
fully weighed so that the amount of food in each range 
was identical. 

The Heatsealed Oven required 23 feet of gas to cook this 
meal, and the loss in weight of the entire meal was 7%. 
The competing standard range required 48.5 feet of gas 
to accomplish the same results, and the loss in weight 
was 24%. 




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GAS RANGES 



BANQUET 



f 



BLUE-STREAK BURNER 




Here is the speediest cooking burner made for gas. This burner is cast in one piece with drilled openings. There is no 
possibility of leakage. The star -shaped construction and the round opening in the center of the burner allow oxygen in tlie 
air to reach each jet of flame easily — resulting in better and more complete combustion than on any other type of burner ever 
devised. The center of the burner is as hot as the outer edge. See how each gas port is built like a miniature volcano crater, 
All these ports are little volcanoes, . allowing more air to circulate freely around each jet of gas, consuming it more thoroughly 
and producing a hotter flame. Grease and liquids dropping in cooking cannot lodge in the burner easily, but fall through to 
the burner tray. 

you will notice how the face of the air mixer is accurately ground so that the nickel-plated mixer cap. made of stamped 
steel with a set-screw, will permit easy and positive adjustment of the air supply, and fit tightly and perfectly to it. See how easy 
it is to instantly regulate the amount of air mixing with the gas to produce an intense flame at a minimum cost. 

See how easily all burners lift from place for cleaning. They are supported by one substantial cast rod, which can also 
be easily lifted out. ^ 

Banquet Blue Streak Burners never warp, and there are no joints to leak gas or allow dirt to seep in. We believe they are, 
undoubtedly, the hottest and most economical burners made. 

Another new improvement youll like are these Banquet Tumezy Valve Controls. See how easily and conveniently they 
adjust the flow of gas. * 



These valve controls are made of durable Bakelite. and are always cool. 



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GAS RANGES 
BANQUET AUTOMATIC GASTROLUX 

WITH HEATSEALED OVEN— OCEAN GREEN PORCELAIN 




General Construction — As described on preceding pages. 
Finish— Ocean Green Porcelain with Emerald and Crimson decorations 
EQiUpment— Automatic Oven Heat Control: Auto Stop; Rutz Lighter, and Utensil Drawer. 

Dimensions 



aoklng Top, inches , 

iking Oven, Cubic Inches 

Inches 

roUlng Oven, Cubic Inches 

Inches 

eight Over All, Inches 



24x23^ 

4851 

21xl4xl6>^ 

2772 

21x8x16^ 

*** SS"oa2"I^~«*"^"®* Gastrolux. Right hand oven. Ocean G'reen"porcelain!'^Each" 
0. UN-303-L— Banquet Gastrolux. Left hand oven. Ocean Green Porcelain. Each 
rtras — Tropic Top— Each 

Closed Speed Top — Each ! 1 !*!**!!!!!!!!!!]!!','!]!!.!!].!! ] 

NOTE— Specify whether the range is to 'be used with Natural. (NA^^ 



Height To Cooking Top, Inches 
Floor Space Occupied. Inches . 
Utility Drawer, Cubic Inches . . 

Inches 

Shipping Weight, pounds. 



32 »4 

46i^x2d 

2835 

22^x21x6 



375 



.$166.00 

. 166.00 

13.00 

4.25 



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GAS RANGES 
BANQUET AUTOMATIC GASTROLUX 

WITH HEATSEALED OVEN— ALL TAN PORCELAIN 




General Construction — As , described on preceeaing pages. 
Finish — All Tan Porcelain with Emerald and Crimson Decorations. 

Equipment — Automatic Oven Heat Control; Auto Stop; Rutz Lighter, and Utensil Drawer. 

Dimensions 



Cooking Top, inches 24x23^ 

Baking Oven, Cubic Inches 4851 

Inches 21x14x16^ 

Broiling Oven, Cubic Inches 2772 

Inches 21x8x16 H 

Height Over All, Inches 52% 

No. T-303-R — Banquet Gastrolux. Right hand oven. All Tan Porcelain. 

No. T-303-L — Banquet Gastrolux. Left hand oven. All Tan Porcelain. 
Extras — Tropic Top — ^Each 



32^ 

465^x29 

2835 

22^x21x6 

Shipping Weight, pounds 375 

Each $166.00 

Each 166.00 

13 Ofl 



Height To Cooking Top, Inches 

Floor Space Occupied. Inches . 

Utility Drawer, Cubic Inches . . 

Inches 



Closed Speed Top — E&ch 4 25 

NOTE — Specify whether the ranae is to be used with Natural. (NAT.) or Manufactured- (MFD.) Gas. 



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GAS RANGES 
BANQUET AUTOMATIC GASTROLUX 

WTTH HEAT SKA LED OVEN— PEAR I. & WHITE PORCELAIN 




General Construction — As described on preceeding pages. 
Finish — Pearl & White Porcelain with Green and Crimson Decorations. 
Equipment — Automatic Oven Heat Control; Auto Stop; Rutz Lighter and Utensil Drawer. 

Dimensions 



Cooking Top, inches 

Baking Oven, Cubic Inches 

Inches 

BioUing Oven, Cubic Inches 

Inches 

Height Over All, Inches 

No. G-303-R— Banquet Gastrolux. 
No. G-303-L — Banquet Gastrolux. 

Extras — Tropic Top— Each 

Closed Speed Top— Each ...'.",..'.*.*..'.','.*.*.'.'!;]!:];:!"! " ^4 U 

NOTE— Specify whether the range is to be used with Natural. (NAT.) or Manufactured,* (MTO 



24x23^ 

4851 
21x14x161/^ 

2772 
21x8xl6V^ 

52% 



Height To Cooking Top Inches 
Floor Space Occupied. Inches . 
Utility Drawer, Cubic Inches . . 

Inches 

Shipping Weight, pounds 

Right hand oven. Pearl and White Porcelain. Each $166 00 

Left hand oven. Pearl and White Porcelain ['.'.'.'.]['/.',', . 166!oo 

13.00 



3214 

461/2x29 

2835 

22V2X2IX6 

375 



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GAS RANGES 

BANQUET INSULPACKT 



1 



The Banquet Insulpackt is fully insulated with Thermol, and 
dead-air space, and is furnished with the same Blue Streak 
Burners, as the Gastrolux. It is an unusual value in a speedy, 
economical and beautiful range of large capacity, in compari- 
son with other "insulated" ranges. 

This Insulpackt Oven is heavily blanketed with Thermol — 
the finest insulation known to science. It keeps the heat inside 
the oven, avoiding the waste by radiation through the oven 
walls. It cuts gas bills more than half and abolishes the old 
time overheated kitchen. Foods cooked in the Insulpackt Oven 
retain their flavor and juices, with slight shrinkage, evapor- 
ation and loss of weight. With the gas lighted in the oven you 
can place your hand on the exterior walj^s of the Insulpackt 
Oven. 

Place biscuits in the cold oven; then light the gas and in 
fifteen minutes take them out perfectly baked. 

The Automatic Oven Heat Control is furnished with every 
Banquet Insulpackt. No more guess-work on baking days, or in 
the preparation of any meal. A cooking chart is furnished, 
that shows the proper temperature at which to bake or roast. 



Simply set this regulator at the specified tempera- 
ture and you can leave your baking or roasting with- 
out further attention. Or you can place an entire 
meal; meat, potatoes, vegetables and pudding in tl^ 
oven at one time, and the oven heat control watches 
it while you enjoy the afternoon elsewhere. 

The Blue Streak Burners of the cooking top are por- 
celain enameled, and boil and fry in quicker time 
and with less gas. 



Each gas port in this burner is built like a little volcano 
crater, allowing more air to circulate freely around each gas 
jet, consuming the gas thoroughly, and producing an intensly 
hot, blue-green flame. 

The burner is cast in one piece. It is simple to adjust and 
regulate, and may be instantly removed for cleaning. The 
piping and valves are entirely concealed beneath the smootli, 
rounded porcelain front, that may be quickly raised for in- 
spection or adjustment of valves and mixers. 

Bakelite handles on valves and doors are always cool. 

Handy Utensil Drawer is furnished. 




The Piping:, V'alves & Mixers are Concealed behind a Rounded 
Porcelain Shield 



I 



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GAS RANGES 

BANQUET AUTOMATIC INSULPACKT 




General Construction — As described on preceding page. 
Finish — Ocean Green Porcelain with Varicolored Decorations. 
Equipment— Utensil Drawer; Automatic Heat Control and Rutz Lighter. 

Dimensions 



oking Top, inches . 

iking Oven — Cubic Inches 

Inches 

aling Oven — Cubic Inches 

Inches 

sight Over All, Inches 



231/4x21% 

4620 
20x14x161/2 

2640 
20x8x16^/^ 

51 1/4 



Height to Cooking Top, Incnes 

Floor Space Occupied, Inches 

Utility Drawer, Cubic Inches 

Inches 

Shipping Weight, Pounds 

I GN-305-R— Banquet Insulpackt. Right hand oven. Ocean Green Porcelain. Each $142 00 

L GN-305-L— Banquet Insulpackt. Left hand oven. Ocean Grean Porcelain. Each 142.00 

tras — Closed Speed Top. Each 4 25 

Simmer Burner. Each ....].....[/..,.,.....[...][/ 5 25 

NOTE— Specify whether the range is to be used with' Natural, (NAT) or Manufactured. (MFD) Gas*. 



31% 

421/2x28 

2228 

20x2014x51^ 
330 



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GAS RANGES 
BANQUET AUTOMATIC INSULPACKT 




General Construction — As described on preceding pages. 
Finish — All Tan Porcelain with varl-colored decorations. 
Equipment — Utensil Drawer; Automatic Heat Control and Rutz Lighter. 

Dimensions 



Cooking Top, inches 23^x21% 

Baking Oven — Cubic Inches 4620 

Inches 20x14x165^ 

Broiling Oven — Cubic Inches 2640 

Inches 20x8x16^ 

Height Over All, Inches 51% 

No. T-305-R— Banquet Insulpackt. Right hand oven. All Tan Porcelain. Each 

No. T -305 -L— Banquet Insulpackt. Left hand oven. All Tan Porcelain. Each 

Extras — Closed Speed Top. Each 

Simmer Burner. - Each '•••■••" 

NOTE — Specify whether the range is to be used with Natural. (NAT) or Manufactured, fMFD) Gas 



Height to Cooking Top, Inches 
Floor Space Occupied, Inches . 
Utility Drawer, Cubic Inches . . 

Inches 

Shipping Weight, Pounds 



31% 

42^4x28 

2228 

20x20%x5H 

330 

$142.« 

142.01 

iSi 

5J5 






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General Construction — As described on preceding pages. 

Finish— Pearl and White Porcelain with vari-colored Decorations. 

Equipment — Automatic Heat Control; Utensil Drawer and Rutz Lighter 



ig Top, inches 

6 Oven — Cubic Inches 

Inches 

iling Oven— Cubic Inches 

Inches 

;nt Over All, Inches 



23^4x21% 

4620 

20x14x16 M; 

2640 

20x8x161^ 

>^ G^sSslfZl^ "!"r/ Insulpackt. Right hand oven. Pearl and White Porcelain.' Each 
|0;.^'c?io^;^^Sp^^^^^^ P---^ and White Porcelain. Each 

g Simmer Burner. Each ,....,. • ■ - 

NOTE— Specify whether the range *is' to'b^'iiied' With Natural.' (NAT)' or*Manufaciured.' '(MFD) 'ges'/ 



Dimensions 

Height to Cooking Top, Inches 
Floor Space Occupied, Inches . 
Utility Drawer, Cubic Inches . . 

Inches 

Shipping Weight, Pounds 



31% 

42^x28 

2228 

20x201/4x5% 

330 



.$142.00 

. 142.00 

4.25 

5.25 



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GAS RANGES 

BANQUET SUPER-RANGE 

307 SEBIES— WITH HEATMETER 



On the new Banauet Super-Range all corners *and dirt catch- 
ers are eliminated. 

Gone into discard are all sharp edges; the unsightly exposed 
pipe and valves: the dirt -catching corners, always found on 
ordinary ranges. 

Instead, sparkling porcelain surfaces, that are smooth, round- 
ed, sanitary, and as easily cleaned as a china bowl. 

Surfaces — inside and out — on the new Banquet Super-Range 
finished in durable Dorcelain. The oven interiors are sweet, 
clean and sanitarv — will never rust or corrode. 

Merely wiping with a damp cloth keeps this Banquet Super- 
Ranfie fresh and clean. No sharp edges anywhere to scratch 
your hands or catch the cleaning cloth. 

The oven is effectively insulated with dead-air space. It re- 
quires no pre -heating, and is just as speedy in operation as the 
Banauet Gastrolux and Insulpackt. 

The same auick and economical Blue Streak Burners are fur- 
nished ar> on the Gastrolux and Insulpackt. 

The grey iron oven bottom weighs 12 pounds. It doubles the 
life of the oven as comcared with the ordinary steel or sheet 
iron even bottoms. This oven bottom will never warp, crack, 
corrode, or burn out as steel or sheet iron ovens will do. 

Notice its distinctive shape and design. It allows the heat 
from the oven burner to flow freely into the oven from the 
minute the oven burner is lighted. The sides and corners of the 
cast bottom are scientifically cut away, allowing ample space 
for the heat to pour fully and instantly into the baking oven — 
and evenly to all parts of the oven. Speed — Bkaing tempera- 
ture quickly — what you have always wanted in an oven. 



This solid grey iron construction of the oven also means w 
saving of from 20 to 40% on gas consumed as compared wit: 
the ordinary steel ovens because of the heat retained and bea: 
radiated from the cast iron after the oven bottom is thorough- 
ly heated. 

See how the oven burner is placed three inches below to 
cut-away oven bottom so that the baking oven will be floodec 
quickly with evenly diftused heat. In other ranges the burne: 
is placed closely beneath the large square bottom oven place 
which baffles and holds the fiow of heat from fiowing quickl) 
into the oven. 

Pour dams in the top flue retard the escape of the heat m 
of the oven. 

Do you see how the entire frame of this Banquet Super-Rang? 
as well as the cooking top, legs and oven bottom are all built of 
strong rigid grey iron? 

This solid construction insures a much stronger and more 
durable range. The oven and broiler doors can be far more 
accurately and tightly fitted to cast frames than to steel framK, 
avoiding leakage of heat around the doors. 

We always advise our customers never to buy a gas range with 
steel or sheet -iron frames, as they always have tendency i: 
warp from heat, and are not as durable. This statement ak 
applies to steel or sheet-iron cooking tops, legs and oven bot- 
toms. They are cheaper to make, but we do not believe they 
give as satisfactory service. 

The Banquet Super-Range may be furnished with either a 
Heatmeter, which accurately indicates the oven temperature o: 
with the same automatic Oven Heat Control as cur Gastrolui 
and Insulpackt. Cooking chart is furnished with each rang? 
whl5h gives the correct temperature for any baking or roasting 



Dimenstons 



Cooking Tod. Inches 2214 x21% 

Baking Oven — Cubic Inches 4620 

Inches 20xl4xl6V^ 

Broiline Oven — Cubic Inches 2640 

Inches 20x8xl6>^ 

Heiaht Over All. Inches 51 % 



Height to Cooking Top, Inches 31% 

Floor Space Occupied, Inches 42H3c28 

Utensil Drawer — Cubic Inches 2228 

Inches 20x20^x5% 

Shipping Weight, pounds 300 



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Finish— Ocean Green Porcelain with decoration. General Construction— As described on page 832 

Equipment — Utensil Drawer; Rutz Lighter is optional, and must be specified on order. 

No. GN-307-R — Banquet Super-Range. With Heatmeter. Right hand oven. Ocean Green Porcelain. Each $89 50 

No. GN-307-L — Banquet Super-Range. With Heatmeter. Left hand oven. Ocean Green Porcelain. Each 89 50 

General Construction — As described on page 832. 
Finish — Pearl and White Porcelain with decoration. 
Equipment— Utensil Drawer; Ruta Lighter is optional, and must be specined on order. 

No. T-307-R--Banquet Super-Range. With Heatmeter. Right hand. All Tan Porcelain. Each $89 50 

No. T-307-L--Banquet Super-Range. With Heatmeter. Left hand. All Tan Porcelain. Each '* 89*50 

Extras — Closed Speed Top. Each . '. .'.'.'.'.*.'.*'.'.*.'.*.' ' * ' 4*25 

Rutz Lighter — (For Manufactured Gas.) Each ...../.,....]]][...[.. ...[][[[[ 2 00 

(For Natural Gas) , Each ' ' * 2 20 

Simmer Burner. Each ' . 525 

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WASHINGTON GAS RANGES 
TABLE TOP MODEL 

SEVENTIETH ANNIVERSARY MODEL 

Ivory and Green Enamel Finish, Porcelain Enamel Oven and B roller Linings, Fully Insulated Througrhout. 



This new Seventieth Anniversary Table Top model is entirely 
modern In design snd construction and will harmonize with any 
mode of modern kitchen decoration. 

Cast-iron Construction 

The oven and broiler front frame, the utility compartment 
front frame and burner box front, as well as the legs, are con- 
structed of cast-iron to insure rigidity and compactness. In 
addition, the oven and brciler door frames and utility compart- 
ment door and drawer front frames are constructed of cast- 
iron to eliminate possibility of warpage and to insure a close 
fit of the doors to prevent leakage of heat. 

All cast-iron door frames are equipped with non-breakable 
steel hinges and all doors are counter-balanced with oil-tem- 
pered springs which are so located away from the heat from 
the oven burner as to insure lifetime service. 

Oven 

This model is equipped with a large and roomy oven, speckled 
porcelain enamel finish, with cast-iron oven bottom to insure 
absolute uniformity of heat in all corners of the oven. The 
cast-iron oven bottom will not warp or buckle. It diffuses and 
distributes heat from the oven burner uniformly throughout the 
oven and insures absolutely satisfactory baking. 

Heavily insulated throughout with rock wool. 

The main top of this range forms an attractive kitchen table. 
The oven top being insulated, the table top over the oven is 
always cool even while the range is in operation. This space is 
very convenient for mixing and preparing foods for cooking and 
serves as a kitchen table. The cooking top on the left is large 
and roomy, equipped with four standard star burners. A 
loose coverall top is provided for covering the cooking top when 
the range is not in use. When in use, this coverall is inserted in 
brackets on the back of the range immediately behind the cook- 
ing top, and in this position it serves as a back splasher which 
prevents splashing of grease against the wall behind the range. 

Utility Compartment 

Immediately underneath the cooking top there Is a large and 
roomy utility compartment which can be used conveniently for 
storage of cooking utensils. Below the utility compartment 
there is a large and roomy utility drawer for storage of knives, 
forks, spoons, and other accessories of this character used in 
the cooking operation or in the kitchen. 

Tested and Approved 

This model is tested and approved by American Gas Associa- 
tion Testing Laboratory and by Good Housekeeping Institute. 
The Seal of Approval of these two laboratories insures satisfac- 
tory operation and cooking service under any and all conditions. 

Construction Features 

All enamel sheet-metal parts used in the construction of this 
model are on Armco Ingot Iron. Each door is fitted with an 
attractive flush cushion panel and pendant door handles and 
gas cock handles to match are used throughout, these being 
made of Bakelite. 

This model is available only with right hand oven. The at- 
tractive Ivory and Green Enamel Finish will harmonize with 
any color scheme in the kitchen and the attractiveness of the 
design of this beautiful Table Top model insures its popularity. 



Approved for Use with Compressed Gases 
There is a rapidly developing market for Washington gas 
ranges throughout the rural and suburban districts for use with 
compressed gases which are rapidly growing in popularity 
throughout all of the United States. All Washington gas 
ranges are available for use with any compressed gas of this 
nature which may be distributed in your own immediate terri- 
tory. 

Compressed Natural Gas 

These various gases are simply compressed natural gas which 
is put up in tanks or ''bottles" in a convenient form of package 
which is very easily handled and which can be easily installed 
in a permanent cabinet in pairs so that after the first tank has 
been exhausted the other tank may be turned on and gas used 
from it until the distributor has had an opportunity to call for 
and remove the empty tank, replacing it with a refilled tank. 
This convenient gas service costs very little more than city gas 
and is placing at the disposal of everyone in the United States 
the opportunity to use a Gas Range for cooking, and for this 
reason is greatly widening the market for Washington Gas 
Ranges in all territories. 

Construction Changes Necessary 

There are several construction changes necessary on all Wash- 
ington gas ranges for use with compressed gas of this character. 
The first of these changes is the special burners on the cooking 
top so that they are exactly one inch below the extreme top of 
the grid on the cooking top. This brings the fiame closer to 
the bottom of the vessel, and insures most efficient service 
with the compressed gas. 

The second change necessary is equipment of these Washing- 
ton gas ranges with a special gas cock on which a special orifice 
is used for use with these compressed gases. 

There are other minor detail changes necessary, and it is for. 
this reason that in ordering Washington Gas Ranges for use 
with this compressed gas it is always necessary to specify in 
your order (for use with compressed gas" or to give us the trade 
name of the gas with which the Washington gas products are 
required for use. 

Robertshaw Heat Regulator 

On all Washington gas products equipped for use with com- 
pressed gas, the Robertshaw Oven Heat Regulator is used ex- 
clusively. 

It is inadvisable to use the Rutz Automatic Push Button 
Lighter with compressed gases, and for this reason Washing- 
ton gas ranges for use with compressed gas are not equipped 
with lighter. 



Baking oven 16x19x13 inches. Broiling oven 16x19x8 inches. Cooking top including end shelf 20x21 inches. Height of 
Cooking top 36 inches. Extreme height 41 inches. Upper utility compartment 18x20x11 inches. Lower utility compartment 18x- 
20x8 inches. Flue Collar 4 inches. Floor space 40x24 inches. Weight crated 275 pounds. With insulation Rutz Top Lighter 
and Robertshaw. 



No. 3270-5 — For use with Artificial or Natural Gas. Each $95.00 

No. B3270-5 — For use with Bottle Gas (Has no top lighter) . Each 93.00 



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WASHINGTON TABLE TOP 

Ivory and Green Enamel Finish — Porcela'n Enamel Oven and Broiler Linings — Fully Insulated Throughout 




Oven and broiler front frame, utility compartment front frame, burner-box front, and legs are cast-iron to insure rigidity 
and sturdiness. Oven and broiler door frames and utility compartment door frames are cast-iron to eliminate warpage and to 
insure fit of doors to prevent leakage of heat. All cast-iron door frames equipped with nonbreakable steel hinges counterbalanced 
with oil- tempered springs located away from heat from oven burner to insure lifetime service. Cast-iron oven bottom will not 
warp or buckle. It distributes heat uniformly throughout oven insures satisfactory baking. Fully insulated throughout with 
Rock Wool. Main top forms kitchen table. Insulated oven top always cool even while range is in operation. This space conven- 
ient for preparing foods. The cooking top is large, equipped with four standard star burners. Loose coverall is provided for 
covering cooking top when range is not in use. When range is in use, coverall is inserted in brackets on back of range immedi- 
ately behind cooking top where it serves as splasher back. Large utility compartments located immediately underneath cooking 
top for convenient storage of utensils. Tested and approved by American Gas Association and by Good Housekeeping Institute. 
Manufactured with right-hand oven only, as illustrated. 



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GAS RANGES 
WASHINGTON CONSOLE MODEL 

Green and Ivory Enamel finish — Porcelain Enamel Oven and Boiler Linings — Fully Insulated Throughout 




See Page 834 for general description. 

No. 3170-5 — For use with Artificial or Natural Gas. Each $85.00 

No. B3170-5 — For use with Bottle Gas (Has no top lighter) . Each j» 83.00 

Ranges the same as the No. 3170-5 series but less insulation and oven regulator can be supplied as follows: 

No. 3100-5 — For use with Artificial or Natural Gas. Each $59.00 

No. B3100-5 — For use with Bottle Gas (Has no top lighter) . Ea ch 57.00 






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TOH 



SUSSEX WASHINGTON 



For use with Artificial or Natural Gas 




Equipped with Washington Ventilated Aerated fresh air oven. 
Armco Ingot iron oven door finished in ivory porcelain enamel. 
Sturdy construction with interchangeable cast Iron grids. Spec- 
ial, standard, cast-iron cooker burners in the cooking top. 
Mounted on four cast iron legs. Cooking top and main front 
of cast iron. Full sized, 14 -inch high oven equipped with a 
special high efficiency oven burner which is readily ignited 
through ports in the oven bottom. 



For Use with Artificial or Natural Gas 

No. 136-5S— With Shelf, Ivory and Green Enamel, Oven 16x- 
14x12 inches. Cooking top 14x24 inches. Height to cooking 
top 33 inches. Floor space 16x24 inches; Cratedwcight 125 lbs. 
Each $40.00 

No. 136-5 — No shelf, Ivory and green enamel. Oven 16x14x12 
inches. Cooking top 14x24 inches. Height to cooking top 33 
inches. Floor space 16x24 inches. Crated weight 125 lbs. 
Each $32.00 

No. 136-S— With Shelf. Black and white finish. Oven 16x- 
14x12 inches. Cooking top 14x24 inches. Height to cooking 
top 33 inches. Floor space 16x24 inches. Crated weight 107 

lbs. Each $23.00 

No. 136 — No shelf. Black and white finish. Oven 16x14x12 
inches. Cooking top 14x24 inches. Height to cooking top 33 
inches. Floor space 16x24 inches. Crated weight 105 pounds. 
Each $18.00 

For Use With Bottle Gas. 

No. B136-5S — With shelf. Ivory and Green enamel. Dimen- 
sions same as No. 136-5S. Each $40.00 

No. B136-5 — No shelf. Ivory and Green enamel. Dimensions 
same as No. 136-5. Each $32.00 

No. B136S — With shelf; Black and White finish. Dimensions 
same as No. B136S. Each $23.00 

No. B136 — No Shelf. Black and White finish. Dimensions 
same as No. 136. Each $18.00 



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HOT PLATES & ACCESSORIES 



HOT PLATES 



(Our hot plates can be used with either 
natural or artificial ^as by adjusting the 
air intake. For natural gas, practically 
all air should be shut ofiF.) 
L X. L. 




Made of first class material and in- 
spected. Black nibberoid finish, gas 
cocks have white porcelain handles. 
Star type burner, very economical In fuel 
consumption. 

Nos. 18 28 38 

No. of burners 12 3 

Size, ins. . . . 10x10x6 18x10x6 27x10x6 
Wt., each, lbs. 10 16 22 

Each $2.30 $4.50 $7.80 

For use with artificial or natural gas. 



I. X. L. WITH TRAY 




These hot plates are Ihe regular I. X. 
L, equipped with a tray which is easily 
removed for cleaning. 

No. 39 

No. of burners 3 

Size, inches 27x10x6 

Wt, each, lbs 23 

Each $7.70 

For use with artificial or natural gas. 
Six in a crate. 



GRISWOLD LAUNDRY 




Elevated Hot Plates for laundry or 
kitchen, Cast-in grates. White porcelain 
handle lever valves, %-inch black en- 
amel manlfield. For artificial or natural 
gas. 

Nos. 2020 2030 

Size of top, ins 91/2x191^ 91/2x251/2 

Height, inches 20 20 

No. of burners 2 3 

Wt., each. lbs. 20 27 

Each $5.70 $9,00 

Two in a crate. 



GAS HOSE COCKS 

BRASS, DIPPED METAL 




No. 76 — % inch. Weight, per dozen, 2^ 
pounds. Per dozen $3.00 

No, 76—14 inch. Weight, per dozen, 2% 
lbs. Per dozen $3.60 

No. 76 — %-inch. Weight, per dozen, 3 

lbs. Per dozen $4.80 

Open stock — Loose 



GAS STOVE TUBING 

BARREL END STEEL 




No. BES — Made of galvanized steel wl 
barrel shaped rubber ends; diameter t 
side 5-16 inch; diameter outside, % inc 
Weight about 2 ounces. 

2-ft. lengths $0. 

3-ft. lengths 

4-ft. lengths , 

5-ft. lengths 

6-f t. lengths 

8-ft. lengths 1. 

Longer than 8 ft., per foot 

In lengths as above when ordering 
Always specify length 



RED COLTH INSERTIOl 
HOSE 



Inside dia.. In. 


A 


¥4 


In 50 -ft. lengths. 






Per 100 feet 


. $9.00 


$9.50 


Inside dia. in. 


% 


% 


In 50 -ft. lengths 






Per 100 feet 


. $10.20 


$11.2( 


%-inch is used for 


gas hose 


and ^ 


inch for spray hose. 







LIBERTY GAS LIGHTE 




Safe, Sure, Convenient. Absolut* 
harmless. Cheaper than matches a: 
eliminates fire hazards. Construction 
of heavy wire, with file at one end ai 
flint tip to ignite. Spark tips good I 
1500 lights. Renewable instantly. W 

per carton 2^4 lbs. Per dozen $1. 

Packed 2 dozen in a carton. 
Extra Tips for the above. Per doz . . $0. 
Packed 1 gross In a carton. 



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TANK AND GAS WATER HEATERS 
BUCKEYE ! 



TANK HEATERS 




Buckeye Water Heaters furnish dependable, economical hot 
iter service. Flared cast iron jackets, large combustion cham- 
r. suitable baffles, heavy double copper coils, solidly brazed 
d carefully tested. Upper water connection through top, 
sitive locking mixer, threaded valve, fiat faced shutter, ra- 
table burner. Japan finish with bronzed trimmings. Gas 
miection ^ inch. Water connection % inch, 3 inch flue. Fur- 
shed with extra orifice for natural gas. 

u 20— Size 7%xl7% inches. Weight 33 pounds, capacity 30-40 
Is. Recovery 35 gal. per hour. Each $7.80 

I. 25U — Size 8M:x23 inches. Weight, 42 pounds, capacity 40 
Is. Recovery 38.9 per hour. Galvanized unions. Kach. .$10.80 
u SOU — Size 81^x23 inches. Weight, 44 pounds, capacity 
-52 gals. Recovery 38.9 per hour, Galv. unions. Each. .$11.70 

No. SOU — Size 10x24 inches. Weight, 72 pounds, capacity 100 
Is. Recovery 64.9 per hour. A large triple coil heater par- 
lularly adapted for hotels, garages, restaurants or wherever 
large supply of hot water is needed. Can also be furnished 
an 80 Twin, doubling the above capacitites. Either the 80U 
the Twin 80 can be hooked up with a thermostat, giving au- 
matic service . Each $30.00 

No. SOU — Can also be furnished for the various "Bottled 
ses" that are now on the market. Specify name of gas when 
dering. Add $1.00 to the price of the SOU, for bottled gas. 



AUTOMATIC STORAGE HEATERS 




Items marked thus ± not carried in 



Automatic Storage Heaters are increasing in sale each month. 
Nothing affords more pleasure and comfort than automatic hot 
water and prices are now down to where it is no longer a 
luxury. The Buckeye is the complete and satisfactory answer 
to the tremendous need in homes everywhere for hot water 
that's always on tap. Its beautiful finish and performance will 
make many a sale for you. 

Detail Information 

Tanks — Double extra heavy, with Cop-R-Loy flue, galvanized 
inside and out. Tested at 300 lbs. pressure. No. 20, Shell 10 
gauge. Head 8 gauge, Bottom 7 gauge, Nos. 30 and 40. Shell 10 
gauge. Head 7 gauge. Bottom 3 gauge. 

Burner — Jet or drilled type. 

Thermostat — Jhrottling type, with jet burner or "Snap" with 
drilled burner. 

Dirt Trap — Supplied with either type thermostat. 
Insulation — Rock wool, one of the most efficient heat insu- 
lators known. 

Draft Diverter — Checks down drafts from blowing out pilot 
flame. 

Gas Cock— Adjustable, so that heater can be operated at lU 
normal gas burning rate. 

Drain Cock — Conveniently located at front of heater. 

Door — Large opening, to make burner easily accessyale. 

Legs — 12 gauge steel, 8 inches high, to make cleaning under 
heater easy. 

Tank Jacket— 24 gauge steel. 

No. 20 Gallon— Weight, 200 pounds. Each $71.50 

No. 30 Gallon— Weighty 250 pounds. Each 81.50 

$No. 40 Gallon— Weight, 275 pounds. Each .100.00 

$Add $6.00 list, with Safety Pilot. 

$With Drilled burner and snap action thermostat add $2.00 
to list price, 
stock but shipped direct from factory. . v . 



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RESTAURANT AND CAFE RANGES 
ECONOMY 



Attractiveness, sturdy construction and utility mark the popular line of 
Economy Restaurant and Cafe Ranges. There are models adapted for every 
restaurant, cafe, lunchroom, club, church, kitchen, fraternity houses and board- 
ing houses- 
Built of heavy gauge copper-bearing steel, angle and band Iron frame and 
bracings. Cast iron oven doors, braces, brackets, feet and oven bottom. Super 
Metal linings and pans. Perfect baking ovens are larger than found in most 
ranges — size 24x20x14. 



No. N30H 



For manufactured, natural or any kind of bottled gas. 
OF GAS USED. 



SPECIFY KIND 



NOTE — Manufacturers complete catalog will be sent on request. 



DOUBLE OVEN RESTAURANT RANGE 

Admirbaly meets needs of medium sized cafe or restaurant. Two ovea^ 
each 24x20x14. Eight open top burners. Polished solid griddle top over broiler 
221^x22, with grease drain in rear. Top surface, 68x25%. Overall 73x31x34. 
Weight 830 lbs. 

No. N600BHS— With broiler and porcelain shelf. Each $267.50 

With plain steel shelf, deduct 18.00 

Without broiler, deduct 16.03 



SINGLE OVEN, SIDE BROILER CAFE RANGE 



bnS 
rop^ 



One oven 24x20x14. Side broiler consists of closed top 22^x22 with br< 
beneath. Drippings and grease are caught in the funnel-like pan and drop 1 
the refuse drawer. No danger of fire. Six open top burners. Four bumen 
under closed top. Top surface 56x25%. Overall 61x31x34. Weight 575 lbs. 

No. N50GBH— With plain steel shelf. Each $211.20 

With porcelain shelf. Each 227.30 



SINGLE OVEN, 8 BURNER CAFE RANGE JL 

Complete model for small cafe. One oven 24x20x14, and built-in broiler. 
Four open top burners; four string burners under closed top. Top surface 
45^x25^^. Overall 48x45x34. Weight 485 lbs. 

No. N40BH— With broiler and plain shelf. Each $164.00 

Without broiler, deduct 16.00 

With porcelain shelf, add 14,00 



SINGLE OVEN, 6 BURNER CAFE RANGE 

Very popular in lunch rooms, boarding houses, factory cafeterias and small 
church kitchens. One oven, 24x20x14, Six open top burners. Top surface 
34x25%. Overall 48x31x34. 

No. N30H— With plain shelf. Each $124.20 

Without shelf, deduct 15.10 

With porcelain shelf, add 11.M 

All shipments f. o. b. factory, Quincy, Illlnoia 



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We Can Furnish From Local Stock 
A Complete Line Of 

Wrought Steel 
Camp and Hotel Ranges 

STEAM TABLES 

PORTABLE BAKE OVENS 

CANOPIES 

SAUCE PAN RACKS 

DISH HEATERS 

URNS and URN STANDS 

WATER, MILK and CREAM COOLERS 

and Similar Equipment. 



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GAS CIRCULATOR HEATERS 

sr SECURITY 



THE SECURITY CONSOLATOR 

For Natural or Artificial Gas 

This new gas heater has been designed to meet the requirements 
of our distributors for a home heating furnace of from four to six 
room capacity. It combines the advantages of the circulator type 
with the heating comfort obtained from the radiant fire type. 

When fired, the cold air from the floor is drawn upward over the 
heater surfaces and flows out through the large front register to all 
parts of the home. This circulation is continuous and insures com- 
fortable heat in the most remote corners of the home. The clay 
refractories become red hot and radiate warmth and cheerful glow 
through the two swinging front mica doors. 

Finished in grain walnut porcelain. 



LESS ELECTRIC FAN 

Normal hourly input. 100 cu, ft. (100 B. t u. Natural Gas) 

No. lOOH 

Height, inches *6 

Width, inches • 39y2 

Depth, Inches 20 

Shipping Weight, pounds — 340 

List Without Fan - $130.00 



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■Ill II II 




The purpose of the electric fan attachment is to increase tlie 
volume of air passing through the heater. Each particle of air, in 
order to become heated, must come in contact with something wann- 
er than itself, and therefore the greater the amount of air moved 
over the heated surfaces the greater will be the amount of ^»« 
heated. Radiant heat only heats the air indirectly. 



Rear View 

WITH 10-INCH ELECTRIC FAN 

Normal hourly input, 110 cu. ft. (1000 B. t. u. Natural Gas) 

No. lOOHF 

Height, inches *6 

Width, inches • 39!^ 

Depth, Inches 20 

Shipping weight, pounds 340 

List With Fan $150i)(l 



IDEAL FOR HEALTH. COMFORT AND ECONOMY. 



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GAS CIRCULATOR HEATERS 
SECURITY 

A beautiful piece of furniture finished in grained walnut porcelain. All SECURITY Heaters are made of copper bearing 
steel and are WELDED ABSOLUTELY GAS TIGHT. 



Nos. 22A 35A 50A 70A 50AF TOAF 

Burners 1 1 2 2 2 2 

Width, Inches 191/2 27% 21% 331^ 27% 33^ 

Depth, Inches 13 14 18 18 18 18 

Height, Inches 35 40 43 45 43 45 

Gas Con. Per Hr. (Nat Gas) . . 22 to 25 35 to 40 50 to 60 70 to 80 60 to70 80to90 

Double Radiants 5 8 6 8 6 8 

Weight, Each, lbs 108 180 195 240 200 245 

Each list .. $36.00 $54,00 $80.00 $100.00 $92.00 $112.00 



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No, 5AP is equipped with 8 -inch and No. 7AF with 1-inch electric fan. The 
purpose of the electric fan is to increase the volume of air passing through the 
heater. Each particle of air, in order to become heated, must come in contact 
with something warmer than itself, and therefore the greater the amount of air 
moved through the heater the greater its heating capacity. The air from the fan 
is forced directly through the 4-inch tubes which pass through center of heater. 



No. 50A 



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No. 35A 

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These Heaters are made throughout of Armco Ingot Iron, The interior construction not only provides a maxlmiun fire 
travel but forms a very large radiating surface which insures the greatest possible efficiency. The tubes are roUed-in top and bot- 
tom. The heating unit is electric welded and therefore gas tight. 

The No. 25GP and No. 40GP Security Circulators have been designed to give maximum value at minimum price, Eveiy 
unnecessary feature has been eliminated and the result is an excellent heating value. Inner unit of copper-bearing steel, weld- 
ed gas tight. Exterior finished in Walnut porcelain enamel. 



Number 

Normal Capacity, Cubic Feet 

Height, inches 

Width, inches 

Depth, inches 

Shipping weight pounds 

T^ach List 



25GP 

25 
25 
14 
13 
55 
$25.00 



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SPACE HEATERS 



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FOREWORD 



After examining many types and makes of space heaters and 
being determined to carry on with the same high standard of 
merchandise which we handle in all our other lines, we have 
chosen the Radiant Grand line of heaters. The many exclusive 
features offered in this line follow: 



GRAND SUPER-COMBUSTION UNIT 







Venturi Tube Principle, gives greatest injection power to 
gas jet and most efficiently conserves and amplifies its energy. 

Non-adjustable, positively free from all air and gas adjust- 
ment. 

Mixing Tubes, Orifices, fixing lugs, and orific bosses machined 
and drilled to a high degree of accuracy, insuring perfect flow 
of gas and freedom from impingement. 

Lava ports, that not only safeguard against the possibility 
of corrosion, but eliminate warping and carbonization. 

The Intake valve is reversible, making considerable saving in 

Installation. By removing intake manifold from stove It will 

allow easy and quick Installation In close quarters and grate 

<^nings. 

Items marked thus t not carried in 




MODEL NO. 410 

The graceful andirons and acanthus leaf crosspieces^ finished 
in Antique Brushed Brass, and the heavy cast hearth, beauti- 
fully polished and high lighted, give much of the charm of the 
beautiful fireplace that characterized many of our old colonial 
mansions. 

Pastel shading on the specially surfaced backwall and radi- 
ants gives the final touch to this fireplace symphony. 

Equipped with Grand Super Combustion Unit. 

Furnished in two sizes, five and six double radiants. 
$No. 410—20% inches wide, 19 H inches high, 8 inches deep 

and has andiron spread of 32i/2 inches. Each $28.50 

No. 412— -23% inches wide, 21% inches high, 8 inches deep and 
has andiron spread of 35 ^^ inches. Each $33.00 




Forceful lines, significant of the present day trend in archi- 
tecture and fraught with new beauty, are characteristic of this 
heater. Yet, so skillfully has the artist handled them, that this 
unit is in harmony with the furnishings of any well appointed 
room. 

The soft tones of Ivory and Brown on the modernistic back- 
wall and radiants are in complete harmony with the shaded 
Old Gold and bronze of the andirons and crosspiece. 

Andirons, Hearth and Cross-piece are made of durable oast 
iron. 

Equipped with Grand Super Combustion Unit. 

Four sizes — four, five, six and seven double radiants. 
4:No. 208— 17 1/2 -in. wide, igi^-in. high, 8-in. deep— Each $15.00 
No. 210— 20y2-in. wide, 19%-ln. high, 8-ln. deep— Each.. 17.50 
±No. 212— 23V2-ln. wide, 19^4 -in. high, 8-in. deep— Each 21.50 
No. 214— 26% -in. wide, 19^ -In. high, 8-in. deep— Each. 26.00 
Andiron spread 3 inches more 
stock but shipped direct from factory. 



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SPACE h 

RADIANT GRAND FIREPLACE Mmiftl No 8lll 




A beauniul new design in fireplace fitting, makes a most at- 
tractive device for completely replacing obsolete gas or coal 
grates and is adaptable for new homes as well. 

Hood, and Cross-Piece are made of durable cast iron, and fin- 
inshed in beautiful Colonial brass. 

Extreme Top and Bottom Frames and Side Frames are made 
of very heavy steel, finished in brown and gold lacquer. 

Equipped with Grand Super-Combustion Unit. 

Two sizes — five and six double radiants. 
tNo, 810— 28-inches wide, 32-inches high, 61/. -inches deep and 
fits openings 21 1/^ inches wide by 22 inches high to 2614 inches 

wide by 31 inches high. Each $27.50 

$No. 812— 31-inches wide, 32-inches high, 6 V2 -inches deep and 
fits openings 241/2 -inches wide by 221/2 inches high to 291/2 

inches wide by 31 inches high. Each $32 50 

WATX INSERT NO. 906 




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A charmmg design of the insert type— adaptable to bathroom 
hall or kitchen. This heater requires no additional space and 
they are so desirable for fall and spring heating. 

Double walled insert box is insulated with one quarter inch 
asbestos and three quarter inch to one inch air spaces. 

Easily installed and being equipped with Grand Super Com- 
bustion Unit requires no valve or air adjustments. 

Approved by American Gas Association Laboratories. 

Size of front— 16 inches wide, 22 inches high. 
„^^^i*^ ^^^^^ Box— 1378 ins. wide, 19% ins. high, 4 ins. deep. 

No. 906W— White Porcelain. Each $37 00 

No. 906G— Green Porcelain. Each 37.OO 

Items marked thus $ not carried in 



EATERS 




This most unusual design is typical of the new art that 
characterizes beautiful creations of the leading interior decor- 
ators of this country. 

The grandeur of the back wall is accentuated by the warn 
shadows of brownish tints on Old Ivory and the commanding 
dignity of the base is emphasized bry the rich Colonial Brass 
Finish. 

Created to give the fireplace personality, and has sufficient 
character to stand alone as a space heater. 

Equipped with Grand Super Combustion Unit and five double 
radiants. 

No. 310 — 24 inches wide, 19 inches high, 8% inches deep and 
has an andiron spread of 24 inches. Each $22.50 




MODELS NOS. 104 AND 106 

The strong, straight lines offset by graceful curves, give this 
little heater a distinctive and dignified appearance. 

The outside frame is formed of heav^ gauge metal finished in 
glossy white or jade green vitreous porcelain enamel. Reflec- 
tors, legs and hood trims are fully protected by a heavy coating 
of satin nickel. 

Backwall and radiants are delicately tinted in Ivory. 

Equipped with Grand Super Combustion Unit. 

Intended for use in bedroom, bath or kitchen. 

Available in sizes two and three double radiants. 
No. 104W— White— 10 1/^ inches wide, 191^ inches high, 7^ 

inches deep. Each $10,50 

$No. 104G— Green— 101/^ inches wide, 19% inches high, Ik 

inches deep. Each 10 50 

iNo. lOew—White- 131/2 inches wide, la^^ inches high, 7M 

inches deep. Each 12 50 

No. 106G— Green— 131/2 inches wide, 19i^ Inches 'high, i% 

inches deep. Each 12 50 

stock but shipped direct from factory. 



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THE SECURITY 

GAS FURNACE 

Notable among the achievements of modern industries 
is the rapid and wide spread adoption of new types of 
household equipment which contribute to healthy comfort 
and the enjoyment of living. 

For many years gas has been recognized as the superior 
fuel for cooking. Now, the Security Gas Furnace gives you 
the same superior fuel for heating the home. The ambition 
to own and to enjoy the finest things in life is the motive 
and main spring of human progress. 

Security heating engineers have ever been alert to im- 
prove Security Products. Wherever science or ingenuity 
has found improvement possible, such improvements have 
been made Today^ the Security Gas Furnace stands out 
as the leader in both product and service in the furnace 
industry. It represents the results of several years of in- 
tensive research and development work backed by the 
ample Security facilities and 40 years of successful manu- 
facturing experience in building heating appliances. 

All That The Name Implies 



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For specifications and prices see page 848. 

The above illustration is intended to show how the furnace looks when completely equipped with blower, air filter, automat 
ic controls and canopy arrangement for fiat air ducts used on forced air jobs. 

The basic and most important construction features of the Security Gas Furnace are that maximum efficiency has been 
obtained by producing perfect combustion and this perfect combustion is thoroughly utilized and converted into available heat. 
The Security Gas Furnace is dependable because it has been well built. It is economical and gas saving because it has been 
properly designed. 

Security Gas Furnace is neat and attractive in appearance. The entire gas manifold containing the gas cocks is placed 
within the furnace itself. The casing is regularly furnished in galvanized steel, but for a slight additional charge, may be bad 
In either two-tone red or lettuce green color. It immediately changes the entire character of the basement. It can be trans- 
formed into a gymnasium, playroom or recreation room. To meet the heating requirements of homes of every size, the Security 
Gas Furnace is made in nine different sizes. Thus, an extremely wide range of heating capacities is made available. 



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SECURITY 



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TWO-TONE FINISH-^WINE COLOR WITH CRIMSON RED PANELS 

^ For specifications and prices see page 196. 

Gas neaD Is nealtMul heat. It creates no dust, soot or smoke. Requires no bins or storage tanks. This clean burning 
fuel can throw off nothing that might injure the family's health or affect the cleanliness of the home. There is absolutely no 
furnace tending in Security heated homes. Automatic heat is on the job 24 hours a day. A room thermostat controls the heat. 
The fuel supply never runs out. Once a year you light the pilot — THAT IS AliL. 



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Above cut illustrates how two or more units may be placed 
together under one canopy. 



CONSTRUCTION DETAILS 

An outstanding feature of the Security Gas 
Furnace is the durable construction. The com- 
bustion chamber is formed of 14 and 16 -gauge 
copper bearing steel that various tests have 
proven to be the best to withstand corrosioc 
due to heat or rust. The main combustion 
chamber is a tall cylindrical drum which 
experience has demonstrated to be the mosi 
practical shape. Combustion chambers rec- 
tangular in shape are very apt to cause 
smothering of the flame due to eddy current 
that form in the corners, causing products of 
combustion to return over the burner head 
with the result that the flame is partially, and 
sometimes, entirely extinguished. The flame 
will not smother out in this new improved Se- 
curity construction. 

A further advantage of the cylindrical com- 
bustion chamber is the absence of "popping" 
noises that occur in combustion chambers that 
are rectangular in shape. The Security Fur- 
nace is quiet when heated up rapidly or when 
cooling off. 

It is our experience that steel constructiOD 
is far better than cast iron for the reason that 
where thermostatically controlled, the roona 
are warmed to the desired temperature much 
sooner than is possible with cast iron construc- 
tion. This means greater efficiency and lower 
gas bills. 



The products of combustion pass out of the combustion chamber through two h-avy welded elbows at the front, then 
through two heavy welded round radiators at the top and downward through two large rectangular shaped radiators at the rear 
In this way the greatest possible amount of heat is extracted from the combustion products and a low stack temperature is ob- 
tained. The furnace sets on a welded one-piece angle iron base. 



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The ca^inge are of 24-gauge galvanized iron finished in lettuce green, wine color with crimson red panels, or in galvani2«d 
as desired. The front, rear and two sides are complete sections. The bottom edge slides into a groove in the bottom casing. The 
four comers are fastened with metal screws, which are hidden by the baked-on black Japanned steel trimmings. The imjer 
linings are fastened to the outside sheets with a one-inch air space between, so that the heat absorbed In the Uning is wiped 
off from both sides. A triple lining is provided at the top.. When the Security Furnace is operated at full capacity very Uttle 
heat is lost into the basement. 



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SECURITY GAS FURNACES 



AIR MOISTENER 

Unless otherwise specified an air moistener is supplied with each furnace. 
(See Pan "A" in cut.) This pan is of ample capacity. It is made of Armco 
rust-resisting iron finished in porcelain enamel. It is supported on two rods 
and made to slide out for cleaning. Has cast iron end with overflow spout. 

For automatic filling a porcelain finished tank (see parts "B" in cut) is fas- 
tened with metal screws to side of casing. This tank is equipped with copper 
ball float cock that automatically maintains the water at a constant level. The 
tank being located entirely away from the heat zone, the troubles incident 
to most air moisteners are entirely eliminated. 



DOUBLE MANIFOLD 

The manifold through which the gas passes to the gas cocks is unique in 
construction in that it is double. (See Cut.) Below the main large pipe there is 
ft smaller pipe running parallel to it through which gas is fed into the left- 
hand burner head independent of the other two burner heads. The object of 
this construction is to do away with what Is known as "Cold 70" or in other 
words, stratification of the air in the room. Where gas furnaces are operated 
automatically, the source of heat is entirely stopped when the thermostat 
closes the gas valve. The result is cold temperatures at the floor before the 
thermostat again calls for heat. With the Security double manifold this fault 
Is corrected by turning off the left-hand burner entirely during the milder 
weather and leaving it turned on during the cold weather. The left-hand 
burner is not effected by the thermostat and, therefore, the furnace does not 
cool down. 



k THE BURNERS 

The burner is made in three sections in Nos. 400 and 600, and four 
sections in No. 800. The burners are cast iron with drilled raised ports. The 
primary air mixer tubes have venturi-shaped mixer throats and cast iron 
adjustable mixer shields. The secondary air is directed through a bottom 
flue and made to enter the combustion chamber through 1-inch holes beneath 
burner heads. The combustion chamber is shut off from the manifold space 
by a mica door hinged at top. This door acts as a relief door in case an ex- 
plosion occurs due to carelessness in lighting burner. ' . ^ . 




View showing air moistener Installation. Pan 
A is furnished as regular equipment. Parts B 
for automatic filling furnished extra if desired. 




View showing double manifold 




View looking down on gas manifold and 

burner assembly. Also inside mica flap 

relief door. 



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EXTRA EQUIPMENT FOR SECURITY GAS FURNACES 



PRESSURE REGULATOR 

The reason for using pressure regulators is that while all 
gas appliances are tested and approved and sent out for gas 
pressure of four ounces, which is equivalent to seven inches, this 
does not mean that the pressure may not be considerable 
more than this at the place the appliance is put into use. A 
pressure regulator will not Increase a low pressure, but it will 
hold down a pressure that exceeds four ounces. If care Is not 
taken to guard against abnormally high pressures the result 
will be that the appliances may receive more gas than it was 
built to receive, and improper combustion and inefficiency, 
therefore results. 






AGA APPROVED MAIN LINE GAS 



COCKS 

The reason the A. G. A. Testing Laboratories require the 
ase of gas cocks which bear their approval is that a great per- 
centage of unapproval gas cocks do not have sufficiently large 
openings through the barrel of the cock to permit the proper 
amount of gas to pass through at normal pressure. Further- 
more, they have certain requirements — for instance, the spring 
on the barrel of the cock to take up any wear, which is impor- 
tant, etc. 



ELECTRIC CLOCK THERMOSTAT 




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The type T12-1 Electric Clock Thermostat operates from the 
house lighting circuit and requires no attention from the user. 
It automatically reduces the thermostat setting at a pre-deter- 
mined time at night and raises it to the day setting of the 
thermostat in the morning. The electirc clock movement is a 
synchronous type and is silent In operation. A low voltage 
transformer is furnished with each thermostat. In event of 
power failure when current is resumed, the clock restarts it- 
self. The clock motor has an exceptionally low rate of revolu- 
tion, 200 R. P. M. Used on regulated frequencies the clock 
keeps absolute correct time. The L. L. models or Low Limit 
Cut Out model is equipped with an extra set of contact blades 
that serves, when necessary; to regulate the operation of a Low 
Limit Control to prevent overheating. 

All models Low Voltage — for 60 cycle operation only. Type 
T12-1, T12-1LL (Series 10) Type T22-1, T22-1LL (Series 20.) 
Electric Rating: 20v. Adj. Range: 55 to 85 degree F. Diff. (adj.) 
2 degree F., Finish Silver. . ,.4 ,.,.,,.».,.,. * 



TYPE 77, 7710, 40, 4010 THERMO- 
STATS 




The type 77 and 7710 clock Thermostates automatically lower 
the thermostat setting at night and raise it again to the day 
time setting in the morning. It is only necessary to wind the 
clock every eight days. With the exception of clock control the 
Type 40 and 4010 plain thermostats are identical with the 77 
and 7710. Like the electric clock thermostats this type of ther- 
mostat includes LL models. All models Low Voltage. 

Type 7710, 4010, 7710LL, 4010LL (Series 10). 

Type 77, 40, 77LL, 40LL (Series 20). 

Electric Rating: 3A, 25V. 

Adj. Range: 55 to 90 Degree F. — Diff. (Adj.): 2 to 8 degree P. 
Finish: Clock Thermostats, Silver: Plain Thermostats, Bronze. 



TYPE VI 5-1 MOTOR GAS VALVE 




The compact Type VI 5 -L incorporates a low voltage motor 
and is furnished with external transformers. Type V-15-1 
is equipped with an external arm which serves both as a manu- 
al control lever and a secondary air damper control arm. The 
motor operates on the stalled motor principle. In event of 
power failure the valve can be opened manually. When pow- 
er is resumed it will recycle to the position demanded by the 
automatic controls. Type V15-3 is the same as Type 15-1 ex- 
cept that it includes a Mercury Switch for controlling fan 
motor operation. Designed for 60 cycle operation only. Use 
Type F2210 for odd cycle operation. 

Type V15-1 (Series 10). 

Type V15-3 (Series 10) equipped with Mercury Switch rated 
at lOA, 110 v.; 5 A. 220 V. A. C. 



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TYPE L47-2 FURNACESTAT 

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This control starts the fan motor when the temperature 
reaches a predetermined point circulating the warm air through 
the system. It shuts off the fan motor when the bonnet tem- 
perature drops below the Furnacestat setting. Thus, no cold air 
is forced up through the system. Type L47-2 is Mercury 
Switch equipped. Having an adjustable differential, fan op- 
eration may be varied to suit the particular installation. 

Type L47-2 (Series 40) for 2 wire line voltage circuits. 

Motor Ratings: % H. P., 100-250 V., R.I., i/g H p S P or 
D. C. 

Resistance Loads: 10 A, llOV; 5 A, 220V. 

Scale Range: 100 degree to 250 degree F. 

Maximum Differential 250 degree; Minimum, 10 degree P. 



WARM AIR LIMIT CONTROL 




This unit is available in two types, one being for use on warm 
air furnaces to control bonnet temperatures; the other is rec- 
ommended for the accurate control of boiler water temperatures. 
The bimetallic element of this model is enclosed in a protecting 
well so that it will not be effected by water. It is widely used 
on Summer-Winter Control Systems. The Type B used on fur- 
naces has suffix letter *'P". Type B6510 is used as part of the 
Low Limit Control Systems on hot water systems and the "F" 
model on warm air heating plants. 

All models low voltage Type B6510 and B6510P (Series 10.) 

Type B2 and B2F (Series 20). ' ' • '''' V ^- ' ''' 

Scale Range: "F" Models 100 to 310 degree F. Other Models. 
100 to 240 degree F, or 60 to 270 degree F. (Specify). 



TYPE C80-1 AUTOMATIC PILOT 




This pilot is for use with Series 10 and 2 wire low voltage 
valves. Sufficient contraction of the bimetal in the pilot breaks 
the circuit to the main valve preventing gas flow to the burn- 
er. This pilot is especially suitable for installation that re- 
quires an angle type pilot. The Type C80-1 has the mixer 
located in the gas pipe immediately in front of the bracket 
supporting the electrical contact assembly. 



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SANICO 

America's Most Beautiful Range 

Every woman is entitled to a beauti- 
ful range. No longer need her kitchen 
be shrouded by the dull, uninteresting, 
colorless appearance of a worn-out un- 
graceful range. The modern range is 
now a thing of genuine beauty — rich in 
happy colors that bring cheer to the 
hours that women so generously spend 
in their kitchens. 

The New Sanico is truly America's 
most beautiful range. You will be 
proud to own one of these handsome 
thoroughbreds. It makes the kitchen a 
pleasant, livable room — a place where 
even guests can be welcomed without 
apology. 

a beauty and a joy forever 

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STOVES AND FURNACES 
.TO). SECURITY . , 

METHODS OF RATING CAPACITY OF FURNACES 



There are two methods of stating the capacity of warm air furnaces. The "Standard Code" method was arranged for the 
avveniences of furnace Installers who were accustomed to think of the heating requirements of a room, or of a building, in 

of square Inches of warm air pipe area rather than in heat units. The factors were so arranged that heat losses in the 
isement between the canopy and the register were included In in the rating of the furnace at the register in square inches. 
The American Gas Association rate gas furnaces in British Thermal Units (B. t. u.) at the canopy. The basement losses are 
jDBctly the same regardless of the kind of fuel bumed» and must be accounted for in the total heating load. The Standard 
le formula for rating furnaces deducts 25% of the heat at canopy in order to rate furnaces in square inches at the register, 
deduction is just as necessary in one furnace as in the other. There is no magic way to overcome that loss. Printing 10, 
Dor 20% basement loss in a catalog does not make it true. Oversight concerning this item has resulted in the publication of 
lany catalog ratings which probably give correct B. t. u. output at canopy, but give ratings in square inches of warm air pipe 
•rea 25 to 30% in excess of actual capacity. Our table of capacities is so arranged that the correct and incorrect ratings may 
:« compared. The black face ratings in square inches are correct and are at the register. 



Table No. 1 

Capacity in sq. in. of warm air pipe area. 
Rated WITHOUT and WITH losses between canopy and register 



:^iil h\'Ai 





No. of 
Units 


Input 
B. t. u. 


Output 
B. t. u. 


100% to 1st Floor 


50% to 1st Floor 


Standard Code 


No. of 
Units 


No Loss 


With Loss 


No Loss 


With Loss 


Rating (includes 

VmctPTTiPTit, ^^m^^ 










Allowed 


Allowed 


Allowed 


Allowed 


*_ . 


400 


1 


100,000 


75,000 


681 


505 


562 


432 


400 


400 


2 


200,000 


150,000 


1362 


1010 


1124 


864 


800 


400 


3 


300,000 


225,000 


2043 


1515 


1686 


12% 


1200 


600 


1 


145,000 


108,750 


980 


734 


818 


627 


600 


600 


2 


290,000 


217,500 


1960 


1468 


1636 


1254 


1200 


600 


3 


435,000 


326,250 


2940 


2102 


2454 


1881 


1800 


800 


1 


200,000 


150,000 


1362 


1010 


1124 


864 


800 


800 


2 


400,000 


300,000 


2724 


2020 


2248 


1728 


1600 


800 


3 


600,000 


450,000 


4086 


3oao 


3372 


2592 


2400 


COTS 


fPUTATION i 


OF COST OF 


BURNING G/ 


LS IN A SECl 


JRITY GAS 1 


>ESIGNED W 


ARM AIR Fl 


JRNACE 



It is not possible to foretell closely the cost of burning gas for heating purposes. In order to make any sort of calculation 
every factor must be assumed when in fact they are mostly unknown. The term "Degree Day" is useful for computations of 
;he past. But no one knows what the heat requirements of the next month or the next winter will be. We submit the following 
,'onnula. If you guess the Degree Days correctly. If you guess correctly the temperature and the hours that heat will be xised, 
IS well as the other factors involved, this formula will give you the cu. ft. of gas required. You can then apply the local gas 
:ate to find the cost for the period covered. It is also assumed that the entire heating system (warm air pipes, returns, etc.), are 
ill ample to cary air to and from the furnace. ^ - ' ' " - 



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FORMULA TO ESTIMATE GAS COSTS 



.'j>/ /•« n ^o { li )jr Hi ) ;v^)f / n UX': 



(H plus B) X DD X 24 



■ = cu. ft. of gas used. 



T X E X C 

Where H — calculated heat loss of building in B. t, u. per hour. 

B=: Percent of loss from canopy to register. The "Standard Code" gives heat at register as 75% of tb 
heat delivered at canopy. Therefore, 33 Vs % should be added to the room loss to give B. t. u at canopy, 
(Furnaces are rated in output capacity by the A. G. A. in B. t. u. at canopy.) 

DD = Degree days of locality for period calculated (one month or one season). 

24 = 24 hours per day. 

T= Average temperature maintained in house (70" for 16 hours and 60'' for 8 hours = 66^ average). 

E = Heater efficiency at bonnet. 

C = B, t. u. content of one cu. ft. of gas. 

To obtain B. t. u. loss of a building use table "A" in Standard Code as follows: Divide net wall, glass, ceiling and 
cubical contents by devisors given in Table "A." Add the results obtained and multiply by 1000. This will give the 
B. t. u. that must be delivered at the registers. 
Example: a house has^ — 

1800 sq, ft. of net wall ^ - 

360 sq. ft, of glass 

685 sq. ft. of ceiling . i ,^^ .,.,• 

16000 cu. ft. of contents 



-apply. 



Let us suppose that the divisors, 60 for wall, 12 for glass, 57 for ceiling, and 800 for cu. ft.- 
Then — 

1800 divided by 60 equals 30 

360dividedby 12 equals 30 . r ? <;.! :r V' ; 

685 divided by 57 equals 12 
16000 divided by 800 equals 20 V - ,1 ;'. ;• .j - . ; . 

Total 92 

92 X 1000 = 92,000 B. t. u. loss at registers. " ^ .■ ' 

Example showing application of cost formula. ' ' ' '^ 

(H plus B) = 92000 plus 33y3% = 122667. 

DD = 1200 for month of January. - i^ivi ' 

24 = 24 hours. '" ' :■• 

T = 65° keeping house at average of 65 for 24 hours. 

E = .75 A. G. A. maximum rating. 

C = 1000 B. t u. per cu. ft. of gas. 

Then 122667 X 700 X 24 

= 72467 cu. ft. of gas • 

65 X .75 X 1000 

If the price of gas is 50c per M the cost for January would be $34.73. If 5000 D.D, for a season be used instead 
of the month, the cu. ft. of gas used would be 302000 and the cost would be $151.00. 

You will notice that the month of January cost just a little less than one-fourth of the entire season. Many users 
complain of high gas bills in a cold month, but do not understand how large a percentage it is of the total season. You 
may also notice that the amount of gas used under the conditions assumed and in this house, that the gas used is about 
19,000 cu. ft, for each 1,000 cu. ft. of contents. However, we urge you, strongly, not to think of buildings in terms of 
cu. ft. It is absolutely an unreliable method. 



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SECURITY STOVES AND FURNACES 

f; JUST A WORD ABOUT FURNACE EFFICIENCT 

. The American Gas Association approves no furnace that does not show at least 70% eftlclency. Likewise, It gives no 
Jumace a higher rating than 75%. Here Is the reason: The heating value of natural gas includes a considerable portion of hydro- 
gen. In bumtog the hydrogen forms water vapor. In cooUng to water, somewhere beyond the smoke collar, heat Is lost amount- 
ing to between 10 and 12% %-let us call it 11%. The Standard code fixes the standard temperature at a register as Hi'. 
The temperature at the canopy will then be around 200 degrees. In order for the hot gases hi the furnace to Impart heat 
through the heating surfaces they must. In order to be efficient, be much hotter than the air it heats. They must leave the 
furnace collar at around 355 degrees temperature. The loss of heat in the gas fumes cannot be less than 2y4% for each 100 
degrees of temperature at the smoke collar. 355 degrees at 2%% equals 8%. The loss of heat Into basement floor under furnace 
and through the casing and canopy even with high tasulatlon, equals about 6% or more. Therefore, 11% water loss, plus 8% 
gas fume loss, plus casing loss equals 25%. This leaves 75% at the canopy for transportation to rooms. It is apparent that 
the A. G. A. maximum should not be greater. 



DEGREE DATS 

The term "Degree Day" (written D.D.) Is a figure which is the product of one day (24 hours) times the number of degrees 

the average mean temperature, outside, is below 65 degrees. If the average mean temperature of a day is 64 degrees, the dif- 
ference of one degree is called one "Degree Day". If It Is ten degrees above zero the difference is 55 and is called 55 degree 
days. Add together the number of degree days for the heating season beginning in the fall and ending the following spring. 

j The result is the total degree days for the heating season for that particular locaUty. Tht following table gives the degree 
days for a number of cities, based on the average of a fifty-year period. 

Average Degree Days 

Coldest Day For Season 

UtUe Rock. Ark 12 below zero 2861 

Duluth. Minn 41 below zero 9660 

Mtameapolis. Minn 33 below zero 7953 

Kansas City. Mo 22 below zero 5302 

St. Joseph. MO 24 below zero 62M 

Marshall. Mo. *r~ 

Lincoln, Nebr 29 below zero 6281 

Omaha. Nebr • 32 below zero 6127 

Boulder, Colo ,"°» 

Colorado Springs, Colo 27 below zero 10089 

Denver, Colo 29 below zero 5880 

Springfield, ni 24belowzero 6495 

Burlington, Iowa 

Marshalltown, Iowa \ ':"* 

Des Moines, Iowa 30 below zero 6464 

Leavenworth, Kaa 28 below zero 4796 

Sallna, Kas ^??° 

Topeka, Kas 25 below zero 5282 

■mchlta, Kas 22belowzero 4875 

Albuquerque, N. Mex „„. . 

Santa Fee, N. Mex 13 below zero 6064 

Oklahoma City, Okla 17 below zero 3M7 

Tulsa Okla 15 below zero 3497 

Sloux'Falls,'s.'D.'; !!!;!.! " 35tslowzero 7683 

El Paso, Texas 10 below zero 1912 

DaUas, Texas 10 below zero 2466 

Amarillo, Texas 16 below zero 4666 

The average monthly D.D. of an average whiter is in percentage about as follows, except In extreme climates: 

October November December January February March AprU May 

5% 13% 19% •23% 19% 14% 6% 1% 

• Nearly one-fourth of the entire season. 



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STOVES AND FURNACES 

SECURITY - 

T„ „„, , „ , SIZE OF WARM AIB PIPES 

;<Stan<^d*'«^cS^}Sofsa"rE%l*rb/»n'^^^^^^ T,"*^ the methods laid down In the 

Ing, Columbus, Ohio.) Table No. 2 gives the area In sq^n of pipe area for^h^v^w^^Hl^"^ Assocaltion, 3440 A. 1. V. Bulld- 
the assumptions upon which It Is based. The divisors used in thil cS)»«L oil^'^wT "V?^^"? ^^^ "^"ns. Note carefully 
contents are also given In the center of each set of flgui^ calculation are: Net wall 60, glass 12, cu. ft. 800. The cubical 

er than 14 inches. If more than one dcut is med a partition should te nu? l^tt^J^Ir, V^ air should not enter casing hlih- 
top of boot or shoe in casing. Set the furnace so leader p pes wUl be nearVv Pon^l^n w^^ ^- ?*"^' caching as high as the 
^o^^'^lrSnT^o^^'S^lftJ^^^'' ^ °-' ««- S^^'ig^%Sfn|\"a1h''^e}g-^^^^^^ ^^^^^ »- IndJ 

AKEA OP I.AOEH PIPES IN SaUAKE --ES^OK I.|£^Kc^.„ ,,^^^^^ ,OOMS, CAI,CI1I.XEI, IN ACCOK.ANC 



Width 

of 
Room 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



Length of Room 



Assumption, 9' High, 1/6 Glass 



12' 



Walls 
1 2 3 



13' 



26 41 56 

1080 
39 62 84 



27 43 60 

1188 
40 65 90 



28 46 64 
1296 

42 68 95 



Walls 
1 2 3 



29 43 58 

1170 
43 64 87 



29 46 62 

1287 
43 68 93 



30 48 65 

1404 
45 71 98 



16 



30 50 70 

1521 
45 75 104 



14' 



Walls 
1 2 3 



30 45 60 

1260 
46 68 91 



31 48 64 

1386 
47 69 96 



35 50 70 
1512 

50 72 103 



South Exposure 



15' 



1 



Walls 
2 3 



16' 



33 48 63 

1350 
49 71 94 



34 50 67 

1485 
50 75 100 



33 52 72 

1638 
50 79 108 



34 55 76 

1764 
51 83 114 



36 53 71 

1620 
52 80 107 



36 ^5 75 

1755 
54 83 113 



37 5S 79 

1890 
55 86 118 



Walls 
1 2 3 



35 50 65 

1440 
52 75 97 



18' 



Walls 
1 2 3 



36 52 69 

1584 
54 79 103 



37 55 73 

1728 
55 82 109 



37 57 79 

1852 
57 86 116 



39 54 69 

1620 
59 81 104 



40 54 73 
1782 

61 85 no 



42 60 77 

1944 
62 89 116 



43 60 82 

2025 
56 88 123 



This is for South Exposure. Nothing has been added for 
ceiling loss or for windage. 



38 60 81 

2016 
58 90 122 



40 62 85 

2160 
60 94 128 



42 62 82 

2106 
64 93 122 



44 65 86 

2268 
66 97 126 



46 68 91 

2430 
69 102 136 



41 66 90 

2304 
62 99 136 



48 67 93 

2592 
70 106 140 



TABLE NO 3 
Pipe Areas and Register Sizes 



Diameter of Pipe 
in Inches 



S 
9 
10 
12 
14 
16 
18 
20 
22 
24 
26 
28 
30 



Area of Pipe 
in Sq. In. 



m 
m 

78 
113 
154 
201 
254 
314 
380 
452 
531 
616 
707 



Size of 
Register 



8x10 
9x12 
10x12 
12x14 
14x16 
16x20 
20x20 
20x26 
24x24 
27x27 
28x30 
30x30 
30x36 



Note 



TABLE NO. 4 
Size of Rectangular Return Air Ducts. 
-For net carrying capacity deduct 10% from the 



gross area. 



Gross Area 
Sq. In. 



120 

140 

160 

144 

168 

192 

216 

264 

288 

360 

432 

196 

224 

252 

280 

336 

420 



Dimensions 
in Inches 



10x12 
10x14 
10x16 
12x12 
12x14 
12x16 
12x18 
12x22 
12x24 
12x30 
12x36 
14x14 
14x16 
14x18 
14x20 
14x24 
14x30 



Gross Area 
Sq. In. 



256 
320 
384 
480 
576 
704 
432 
540 
684 
400 
480 
660 
680 
800 
576 
720 
864 



Dimensions 
in Inches 



16x16 
16x20 
16x24 
16x30 
16x36 
16x44 
18x24 
18x30 
18x38 
20x20 
20x24 
20x30 
20x34 
20x40 
24x24 
24x30 
24x36 



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GAS FLOOR FURNACE 
SECURITY 




Cutaway view of the heating unit. The flueways are baffled 
to equally distribute the heated vapor over the entire body. 
Made of Armco rust-resisting iron and welded throughout. 




Above illustration shows the burner construction. The pilot 
flame is so protected that it cannot be extinguished by a draft 
of air. 



JUST TURN ON THE GAS 

YES You can heat your home with gas without pu? chasing expensive heating equipment; in fact this SECURITY 
FLOOR FURNACE IS THE MOST efficient gas heating apyllance money can buy. Efficiency means smaller gas bills. 



ELIMINATES DIRT AND DRUDGERY 
NO EARLY MORNING FIRE TENDING 






MM 







Above Illustration shows how the SECURITY FLOOR FURNACE creates an air circulation throughout the entire home. 
Eliminates dirt and drudgery. No early morning fire tending— just turn on the gas. Can be made automatic with thermo- 
static control if desired. 

IDEAL FOR HEALTH, COMFORT AND ECONOMY. 



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FLOOR FURNACE 
SECURITY 





MADE IN TWO SIZES 

A very efficient and desirable unit for heat- 
ing small cottages and homes without base- 
ments. 

Can be used as a separate heating unit In 
the larger homes to keep main heating plant 
out of service during the milder weather. 




SPECIAL FEATURES 

Requires no basement. 

Furnishes all the conveniences of basement heat. 

Cold air is drawn off the floor, heated and sent back into the rooms. 

Does away with the hazard of unhealthful effects of stoves with open flame burners. 

A vent pipe carries the products of combustion to the chimney flue, or to the outside of house. 

Light the pilot flame only once a year and then just turn the gas key and you have instant heat. 

Can also be turned on or off with electric push button if desired. 





Hourly 




In Put 




Cap. 




B.T.U. 


No. 10 


25,000 


No. 20 


35,000 


No. 50 


50,000 



Register 

24^x22% 
24^X28% 
28 xSZVz 



Depth 

29% 
30 



Size to 
Cut Hole 
In Floor 

22%x21 

22%x27% 

26%x32^ 



Vent Ins. 

3 

4 
5 



Wt. 
Lbs. 

135 
170 
258 



Each 

$50.00 
70.00 
90.00 



For Automatic Thermostatic Control, consisting of No. 40 Thermostatic (Minn.-Hon.) and %-inch Magnetic Valve-Add to 



list 



IDEAL FOR HEALTH, COMFORT AND ECONOMY. 



$61.00 



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BASEMENT UNIT HEATER 
SECURITY 




WITH OR WITHOUT ELECTRIC FAN ATTACHMENT 

This gas furnace can be placed anywhere in the basement con- 
venient to the chimney flue, either standing on the floor or sus- 
pended from the floor joist. Like the usual type of warm air fur- 
nace, the warm air collars may be placed in the top, the sides or the 
ends. A single unit may be used for several rooms and a double unit 
may be sufficient to heat the entire home. Where two units are re- 
quired they can be placed together back to back, or in convenient 
locations in different parts of the basement, thereby reducing the 
length of the warm air runs. 



ELECTRIC FAN 

The electric fan attachment increases the heating capacity from 
15 to 20%. The fan can be placed inside of cold air return pipe. By 
using the fan a greater number of cubic feet of air is made to pa«s 
over the heating surface. The fan also makes it possible to reach 
more distant rooms. 



AUTOMATIC HEAT 

These heaters can be furnished with automatic thermostatic control. The room thermostat can be placed on the wall 
of first, second or third floor. When the thermostat calls for heat, the solnold magnetic gas valve opens and at the same time 
the fan starts. The gas is ignited from a gas pilot. 



SUMMER COOLING 

When the electric fan attachment Is used, during the hot sultry midsummer nights the cooler air from the basement Is 
drawn out of the basement and conducted through the warm air pipes into the sleeping rooms. 



CONSTRUCTION 

The heating unit of the No. 32-55U is a gas tight welded drum ten Inches In diameter and Is Number 16-gauge copper bear- 
ing metal. The radiator is welded gas tight and is of sufficient capacity to extract the available heat from the products 
of combustion. It is equipped with an eight inch ca^t iron drilled round burner, and is furnished with a ten inch electric fan. 
If desired. The 26-gauge galvanized casing has a spaced Uning which prevents undue loss of heat in basement. The legs (or 
hangers) are made of one-half inch pipe and are adjustable as to length. The Number 32-35U is made in similar manner using 
a seven Inch drum, six inch burner, and a ten inch fan is furnished if desired. 



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BASEMENT UNIT HEATER 
SECURITY 

WITH OR WITHOUT ELECTRIC FAN ATTACHMENT 





Number 


Input 

Max. Cap. 

B. t. u. 

(less fan) 


Output 

at 
Canopy 
B. t. u. 


Sq. In. 

Warm Air Pipe 

Capacity 

Stand. Code 


Approx. 

Heating 

Capacity 

Cu. Ft. 


Casing 

Size 


Height 


List Price 
Manual 
Control 

(less fan) 


Shipping 
Weight 


32-35U 
32-55U 
32-85U 


35,000 
55,000 
85,000 


26,250 
41,250 
63,750 


135 
200 
350 


2,000—3,000 
4,000—6,000 
6,000—8,000 


14x31 
16x433^ 

24x28 


36 
36 
60 


S45.00 
60.00 
80.00 


150 lbs. 
220 lbs. 
260 lbs. 

m 



% 



For 10-lnch electric fan, add to list *20.(W 

For 192 Mercury switch room thermostat, add to list • • • 24.00 

(2-wire line voltage 110-V A. C. 60 cy.) 

For %-inch V80-1 M-H Valve 20-V 60 cy. including converter, add to list 38.00 

NOTE — When electric fan is used above capacities may be increased from 15 to 20%. 



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CONVERSION GAS BURNER ^^' 

STERLING 

Tl.e auto„,atlc electric motor driven gas valve and room thermostat are the latest achievements of the nationally known 
Mlnneapohs Honeywell Regulator Company who have made a specialty of temperature controls for many years The new and 
patented type of refractory used ma.es the use of gas almost .s cheap a. coal fuel. When you purchase a Sterling gas burner 
you may be sure you are getting the best money can buy. 




P install a SterUng. "Fire your fireman." Get rid of that dirty coal bin and coaJ shovel. Thl. wonderful burner wiU 
mtomatlcally furnish just the amount of heat needed. No more. No less. 

The Kind of Refractories Used on the Sterling Gas Burner is Why The Gas Bills Are Low. • 

The purpose of the band formed by grate-like pieces that slip through a triangular shaped hole near top of each refractor. 
» to enlarge the combustion space, to greatly increase area of radiating surface, to increase the temperature of the combustion 
one. to more evenly distribute the heated vapors around the entire circumference of the heater, and to hold the highest tem- 
«rature created by combustion low down in the furnace, all of which tends to reduce the quantity of gas consumed. 

Automatic ga. heat puts comfort In the home. Gas heat is clean heat and it' is as quick as it Is clean. The Sterling gas 
«™er is a safe burner. The gas cocks and all adjustments are contained in a cast iron box the cover of which is screwed 



I 



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STERLING CONVERSION GAS BURNERS 

SERIES W 

A STERLING IS BEST BECAUSE IT IS BUILT TO SAVE GAS 

There is a size for every kind of heating plant. No new furnace is required. 




SERIES W 

For round shaped boilers and warm air furnaces. Made in five sizes. Has secondary air control. Burner head is two 
halves to permit installation through the feed door. Extra large mixer tubes having venturi-shaped throat. Has Johnson-Jet 
gas cocks. Collar is furnished to close ash pit door opening. The purpose of the refractory band at top of refractory stakes It 
to better distribute the products of combustion, to increase the temperature of the combustion zone, and to convert the greatest 
possible percent of the heat liberated into the form of radiant heat at the fire box section of the heating plant. Concealed gas 
cocks and air mixers. Size of steel box at ash door 7^/4x12 inches. 





Diameter 

of Burner 

Head 


Maximum 

Capacity, 

B. t. u. 


List Price 


For 
Grate 
Sizes 


Range of 
Diameter 
Ref^tories 
at Band 


Number 
of Stakes 
Furnished 


Distance 
Center of 
Burner to 

Back of 
Cast Box 


Shipping 
Weight, 
Pounds 




Type 
1 


Type 
2 


Type 
3 


W-116 
W-118 
W-120 
W-122 
W-124 


16' 
18' 
20' 
22' 

24' 


200,000 
250,000 
300,000 
350,000 
400.000 


S52.00 
53.00 
64.00 
72.00 
76.00 






17 to 20' 
20 to 23' 
23 to 26' 
26 to 28' 
28 to 30' 


*21 to 24' 

♦21 to 24' 

23 to 26' 

**25 to 29' 

**28 to 32' 


8 

8 

9 

11 

12 


233^ 

243^ 

25H 
263^ 

273^ 


175 
185 
200 
225 
250 



Type 1— As shown, with plain pilot, less pressure regulator, less main Une A. G. A. approved gas cock. 
Type 2— Same as Type 1 but with thermostat (M-H 4010) and electric gas valve (M-H V-15-l-l-inch). 
Type 3— Same as Type 2 but with automatic pilot, pressure regulator (1-inch), A.G.A. approved main line-cut-ofiE cock 
(1-inch). 

•To reach 20-inch diameter either omit band or one stake. 
♦•To reach smallest diameter omit one stake. 



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SECURITY GAS BURNER 




SERIES C-2 

TWO MIXING TUBES AND DIVIDED BURNER HEAD 



For round shaped boilers and warm air furnaces. Made In five sizes for grate diameters from 17 inches to 30 inches 
Burner head is made in two halves to permit installation through the feed door. Extra large tubes with venturi-shaped mixer 
throat. Distance from front to burner, and height of burner head, are adjustable by using two-inch nipples of different length. 
Has Johnson-jet cocks with extra long mixer pins. 

Manifold easily removed and Is reversible for right or left hand. The refractories are made with lapped joints. 

SERIES C-2 



Number 


Size 


Max. Cap. 
B. t. u. 


List Phices 


For Grate 
Sizes From 


Range of Diam- 
eter of Rrefac- 
tories at Top 


Shipping 
Weight 




Type 1 


Type 2 


Type 3 


C2-214 
C2-216 
C2-218 
C2.220 
C2-222 
C2-224 


14' 
16' 
18' 
20' 
22' 
24' 


150,000 
200,000 
250,000 
300,000 
350,000 
400,000 


$36.00 
42.00 
49.00 
54.00 
62.00 
66.00 






15' to 17' 
17' to 20' 
20' to 23' 
23' to 26' 
26' to 28' 
28' to 30' 


18' to 20' 
21' to 23' 
21' to 23' 
23' to 25' 
25' to 27' 
25' to 30' 


140 
155 
165 
180 
205 
230 



Type 1— With pilot line and without thermostatic control. 

Type 2— With pilot line— V15-1 electric gas valve (1-inch) and 4010 plain Thermostat 

Type 3— Same as Type 2 except has 7710 clock thermostat. 

Licss Pilot line on Type 1 -r^ji.*,.^*.^ 

R>rA„ton««cP«orLd Pilot line ::::;::::::::;:::;;:::::::::::::::;::::;;; A?dTo^S*2« 

Less fuel band deduct from list ^^^^^'^[[y^[]\'.'.'.'.[^..^ aS 



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SECURITY GAS BURNER 
SERIES D 




NO. D-316 



Series D is the same as SERIES C except it has a differently constructed burner head and refractory as shown in cut 
Fills the demand for a low priced but highly efficient burner. Ideal for ovens, small heaters and furnaces with low domes. 



-f.'= .-. 



SERIES D 





Max. Cap. 
B. T. U. 


List Price 


For Grate 
Sizes From 


^^^^fF 


Number 


Typel 


Type 2 


Types 


Type 4 


Weight 


D-314 
D-316 
D-318 


150,000 
175,000 
200,000 


$21.00 
25.00 
29.00 






$97.00 
101.00 
105.00 


15" to 17" 
17" to 20" 
20" to 22" 


100 
110 
120 



Type 1— Without Pilot line and without thermostatic control. 
Type 2— With Pilot line — %-inch series 20 gas valve and 40 thermostat. ;i 

Type 3— With Pilot line— % -inch series 20 gas valve and 77 clock thermostat. 
Type 4— With Pilot line— V15-1 electric gas valve (1-inch) and 4010 thermostat. 



For Pilot Line on Type 1 add to list 
Less refractories deduct from list . . 



$4.0e 
4.00 



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SECURITY GAS BURNER 
SERIES R 



■i 



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I 



.' '-'»!/ 1 



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A rx»rreeyy designed conversion gas burner for round type boilers, warm air furnaces, and heating stoves. 

Has heavy fire clay refractories above burner head which deflects the rays of radiant heat to the walls of the com- 
bustion chamber. The construction of these refractories is such that the temperature of the space immediately above the 
burner head U very great, which Insures the highest possible efficiency of combustion. 

I ' f ^^^ ^« Installed with Antomatic Thermostatic Cantrol if desired .' ' ' • , 



Number 


Style 


Size 


Maximum 
Capacity 
B. T. U. 


List Price 

Less 

Refractories 


List Price 

With 

Refractories 

Typel 


Weight 


Automatic Control 


R-6 

R-8 

R-10 

R-12 

R-14 

R-16 

R-18 

R-013 

R-016 


Round 

Round 

Round 

Round 

Round 

Round 

Round 

Oval 

Oval 


6'' 

8" 

10' 

12' 

14' 

16' 

18' 

7x13' 

8j^xl5j^' 


40,000 

75,000 

90,000 

100,000 

125,000 

150,000 

175,000 

90,000 

100,000 


$ 4.00 
10.00 
12.00 
14.75 
15.00 
18.00 
23.50 
14.75 
15.00 


None 
$12.00 
14.00 
16.00 
18.00 
22.00 
28.50 
16.00 
18.00 


8 
15 
25 
40 
50 
60 
70 
35 
40 


Any of these R Series 
burners can be made 
automatic by using No. 
40 (Minn-Hon.) room 
thermostat and a ^' 
magnetic gas valve, for 
which add to list $61.00. 



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SECURITY CONVERSION GAS BURNER 



SERIES G 

WITH SECONDARY AIR CONTROL 




This burner is designed for use in steam or hot water boilers that have rectangular shaped fire boxes. The secondary 
air damper is controlled by the electric gas valve thermostat. When room thermostate is satisfied the damper Is automatlcaUr 
closed which prevents cold air being drawn into the boiler, thereby increasing efficiency. 

Burners having an input rating up to and including 500,000 B. t. u. are equipped with 1-lnch electric gas valve (M-H 
V15-1). For greater capacities 1^-inch electric gas valve is used (M-H F2210). 



Number 


Outside 

Dimensions 

of Burner 

Head 


Max. Cap. 
B, T. U. 


List Price 


Number 
Tubes 


Distance 

Between 

Outside Tube 

Centers 


Shipping 
Weight 


Typel 


Type 2 


Poimds 


II 


Gl 
G2 
G3 

G4 
G5 
[G6 


5x22 
5x28 
7x14 
7x22 
7x28 
7x40 


135,000 
175,000 
125,000 
200,000 
250,000 
360,000 


$19.30 
20.90 
18.20 
22.20 
23.70 
30.90 


$91.30 
92.90 
90.20 
94.20 
95.70 

102.90 






40 

50 
35 

45 
50 
80 


•■3 

If' 


rG7 
G8 
G9 

GIO 
Gil 
G12 
G13 
G14 
G15 
G16 
G17 
G18 


11x22 
11x28 
15x14 
15x22 
15x28 
15x40 
17x22 
17x28 
23x14 
23x22 
23x28 
23x40 


270,000 
350,000 
250,000 
400,000 
500,000 
720,000 
405,000 
525,000 
375,000 
600,000 
750,000 
1,080,000 


$40.70 
43.90 
38.40 
46.00 
49.50 
63.90 
57.40 
62.20 
53.70 
65.10 
70.60 
92.20 


$112.70 
115.90 
110.40 
118.00 
121.50 
135.90 
129.40 
134.20 
125.70 
137.10 
142.60 
183.20 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


6 ' 
6 • 

7j|' 

12 ' 
12 ' 
15J^' 

153^' 


90 
95 
85 
100 
110 
160 
135 
150 
125 
150 
175 
240 



Type 1— As shown, with pilot line but less Electric gas valve. **,»,„ ^nmx 

l^pe 2— With Pilot line— Electric gas valve (V15-1-1 inch), and Thermostat (M-H 4010). 

Less pilot line (Type 1) deduct from list M-JJ 

For Electric clock thermostat add to list v^'*:" VVl llm 

For Type H-10 pressuretrol (steam boiler limiting device) . List JJ'W 

For Type D-10 Vaporstat (vapor boiler limiting device) . List JJ-W 

For Type B-6510 Aquastat (water boiler limiting device). List JJ-W 

For Type P-10 Surface Aquastat, Mercury Switch Type. List M-J 

For Automatic Pilot. List 2*'^ 



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Pages 

Range Burners - 242-243 

Kerosene Water Heaters - 253 

Gasoline Cook Stoves 250-252 

Kerosene Cook Stoves - - - ^ . 254-264 

Oil Stove Ovens 268 

Gasoline Radiant Heaters - - - ^ . 270-27 1 
Kerosene Heaters - - -- ^ . . 272-274 

Camp Stoves 275 

Circulating Heaters - 280-281 

Oil Burners 284-285 

Fuel Saver Humidifiers - - - ^ . 286-288 
Tank Heaters 246-247 



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RANGE OIL BURNERS ^,. , 

Of course every housewife yearns for the relief from kitchen drudgery oSered by burning oil No one beUev^ tor a mo- 
of piping hot water is available as you require it. 

DE LUXE MODERNE RANGE 
BURNERS 

Your permanent satisfaction with the Moderne DeLuxe is 
assured, because it thoroughly conforms with the basic require- 
ments which dictate the proper selection of any quality pro- 
duct Kxamine the following data critically and you will sure- 
ly be convinced that a Moderne DeLuxe measures up to the 
standard of excellence that you expect to find in equipment for 
your home. 

1. Correct mechanical design. Our Moderne DeLuxe burner 
is an achievement in design which was developed by practical 
engineers and based upon sound foundamentals. 

2 It is only natural to expect precise, sound and thorough 
workmanship in the Moderne DeLuxe burners because the men 
in our plant have lived with just this kind of work, daily, for 
years back. 

3. The materials that are used in the Moderne DeLuxe 
are only accepted after exhaustive and exacting tests. Our 
guaranteed castings are made in our own foundries under scien- 
tific procedures. The burner base is specially heat treated by 
our own unique process which eliminates the danger of crys- 
tallzatlon and removes the strains, thereby eliminating all pos- 
sibility of warping in use— all of which means continuous sat- 
isfactory service. The perforated shells, or superheaters, are 
designed to withstand the most in.^ense heat and last for years 
without replacement. Buy a Moderne DeLuxe Range Oil Burn- 
er in confidence— enjoy it's years of glorious performance. 

4 The Moderne DeLuxe Range Burner is truly modern in 
appearance as well as in mecLanical detail. This equipment 
goes beyond being merely utilitarian; it actually adds materially 
to the modern home. There are no rough edges or protuber- 
ances to catch dust. It is streamlined to present a pleasingly 
sleek contour; it almost seams to say, "Behold me. I am an aris- 
tocrat and worthy of my place in the homes of the discriminat- 
ing." You can't help but get a thrill of pride in owning a 
Moderne DeLuxe burner. Its gleaming chromium finish and 
rugged, substantial character is winning admirers and friends, 
north, east, south and west: 

THE GUARANTEE 
The Moderne DeLuxe burner is factory guaranteed for five 
years, and a certificate of guarantee is furnished with every 
burner. This guarantee is backed by a long established organ- 
ization of recognized reputation and unquestioned financial 
standing. This desirable security provides you with the ade- 
quate protection that should be demanded when you buy a 
range oil burner. 

MODERNE DEALERS 
Moderne Burner dealers are never casually appointed. Be- 
fore a dealer franchise is signed, a prospective dealer must fur- 
nish satisfactory evidence of a capacity and sincerity that 
measures up to the high standards we have established. This 
is a rigid and inflexible policy that assures you of permanent 
enjoyment from your burner. 

No. D007— 7-inch Double Range Burner— 2 gallon bottle; aver- 
age capacity 4 gal. per 24 hours; burner dimensions 6%xl4y2 
inches. Weight, each 45 lbs. Each $57.00 

No. DOS— 9 -inch Single Burner— 2 gallon bottle; average ca- 
pacity 4^/^ gallons per 24 hours; burner dimensions 8%x8% 
inches. Weight, each 45 lbs. Each .$57.00 

No. DOl 1—11 -inch Single Burner. Capacity 6 gallons In 24 
hours; burner dimensions 10^x10^ inches. Weight each, 50 

lbs. Each $65.00 

Stocked in Chrome Finish only. Can also be secured from 
factory in Gray» Ivory, Green or Black Enamel. 



When you want an orphan, simply adopt one — don't buy one. 
When the fanufacturer of any mechanical equipment ceases 
business, that product becomes an orphan. The buyer has no 
one to turn to for parts; no one to stand responsible for guaran- 
tees; no one to provide service. The first assurance to demand 
is that you will not become the unhappy owner of an orphan 
oil burner. No matter how good the burner looks, no matter 
how rosy it is painted before the sale your investment is lost 
if the company that made the burner cannot give evidence of 
its capacity to remain in business. . 



The Moderne Oil Burner is manufactured by the Connecticut 
Foundry Company. This concern has ben in continuous opera- 
tion over a long period of years. It is the largest foundry 
company in New England. The burner is actually produced and 
assembled in our own plant. The company is well known for 
fair and square conduct of its every business undertaking. 



In view of these facts you can invest in a Moderne burner 
with every assurance of safety, knowing that this product Is 
backed by a well established, responsible manufacturer. 



JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 



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RANGE OIL BURNERS 



REGULAR MODERNE RANGE 
BURNERS 




The Moderne way of cooking is the oil way. Today this in- 

wwY i^ """^ *"/ .*^f ^""^^^^^ *^ ^^^ counti-y. as housewives every- 
where are acclaiming the ease, comfort and leisure time that 
oil burning makes possible. 

The Moderne burner is manufactured with the utn.ost care 
along carefully developed scientific designs. It embodies many 
features, the worth of which can only be appreciated after years 
of trouble-free service. 

Buy the Moderne! The reputation of the company assures 
S^ou of satisfaction and years of continual service. The Mod- 
erne means better cooking, freedom from dirt, ashes, coal car- 
rying, grate shaking, building fires, etc. The Moderne means 
luick, easily lighted and easily regulated heat. The Moderne 

Hoderne is sold at a uniform price and not at so-calied oar- 
tain sale prices. 

We offer the finest material, the most perfect burner at the 
owest figure commensurate with best quality and performance. 

Guaranteed castings are all made under careful procedures in 
»ur own foundries, which have been turning out high-grade 
astings, including oil burners, for years. 

The Moderne Burner is specially heat treated. The burner 
ase is of the best grade material, together with our special 
ieat treating, which assures you of uninterrupted service. 

Heat treating through our special process eliminates crystali- 
ation, removes strain which prevents warping in use. all of 
rhich means continuous satisfactory performance. 

The perforated shells or superheaters are designed and made 
3 withstand the most intense heat, lasting for years without 
eplacero'^nt. 

7-inch Double Range Burners-2 gal. bottle; average capacity 
vf^Ln-r^x.^'^Ji^^' ^T"^^ dimensions 6%xI4i^ inches. 
o^ R007GY— Gray Enamel Finish. Wt., each 40 pounds. 

$44.00 



Each^****^^^'"*^''^^^ Enamel Finish. Weight, each, 40 pounds. 
$44.00 

Each^****^'^""^''°''^ Enamel Finish. Weight, each 40 pounds. 
• $44.00 

7-inch Single Burners— 2 gal. bottle; average capacity *2^ 
gallons m 24 hours; burner dimensions 6 %x63i inches 
No. ROTNI-Nickel Finish. Wt, each 40 lbs kch. .. $40.00 
.J'^^'^^A^u''^^^ Burner. 2 gal. bottle; average capacity 4^ 
la ^J^r^TV ^^'■''.^l dimensions 8%x8% inches. ^ ^ 

No. R09NI— Nickel finish. Wt., 40 lbs. Each $44 oo 

No. R09GY— Gray Enamel Finish. Wt., 40 lbs. Each . . 44.00 

11 -inch Single Burners. Average capacity 6 gal. in 24 hours* 
burner dimensions lOVgxlOVs inches. s • "i ^-i nours. 

No. ROllNI— Nickel finish. Wt„ 45 lbs. Each $52 00 

No. ROllIV— Ivory Enamel. Wt., 45 lbs. Each 52.OO 



JUNIOR MODERNE RANGE 
BURNERS 




The Junior Moderne is similar in design and construction 
to the Regular but is put out to meet Competitive prices. The 
glass tank has no metal cloth protection, the stand is of cheaper 
design and it is made at minimum cost in every way possible. 
It will give entirely satisfactory service but is built for service 
first, with no extras for appearance sake. Finished in nickel. 
No. J007— 7-inch. Double 
Each 



Range Burner. 2 gallon bottle. 



• $30.00 

No. J09~9-inch. Single Burner. 2 gallon bottle. Each.. 30.00 
No. JOll— 11-inch Single Burner. 2 gallon bottle. Each.. 43.00 



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, Instructions for Installing Moderne Range Burners. 

Imp0rtant-remove all grates and linings. See that Range is thoroughly clean of ashes, creosote, etc., with exception of 
layer of ashes at bottom of range below oven, but see that under side of oven bottom is clean. 

— 2 — 

Assemble base so that carbon legs are toward front of range. 

Oentrally locate burner assembly In fire box without regard to lid openings in top of range. 

— 4 — ^ 

Top of shells 1^ inch to 3 inch below top of oven. 

— 5 — 

Level base by adjusting set screws. Note: This must be done with absolute accuracy or burner will not operate properly. 

— 6 — 

Drop tubing at this point as illustrated. 

Valve low point of installation, installed 6 inches from front of range. Tubing from shells run out to valve through 2A 
inch holes drilled 2% inches on centers, 1 inch above bottoms of ash pit. 

— 8 — 

Sheet iron baffle installed so as to deflect all incoming air below base of burner. 

— 9 — 

Dotted lines Indicate position of Oil Bottle before oil level has been determined. 

— 10 — 

After burner assembly has been installed, determine oil level as follows: Fill bottle half full of kerosene, open both valveB 
and slowly raise bottle from low point of stand until oil In base just covers small cast lugs in base, then tighten set screw Wait 
three or four minutes for oil to reach its proper oil level, then check depth of oil in base and see that it does not exceed A inch. 

— 11 — 

Install solid damper in smoke pipe. 

— 12 — 

Installation of draft stabilizer advisable In all cases, but absolutely necessary only when an extreme draft condition exists, 
luch as back draft or excessive draft. 

— 13 — 

Iiiip»rtant"-Cement up pouch feed and all cracks in fire box with furnace cement so that the only air that can be ad- 
mitted for combustion must come through baffled opening. 



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HOT WATER HEATERS 

MODERNE 




a-<: ■■^^1 •/ 



The Illustration shows the MODERNE Hot Water heater 
ready to light. Notice that the heating unit is swung away from 
beneath the coil on a swivel so that lighting is simplified. In 
this position the heater can also be used as an auxiliary cooking 
burner. Swung back into place, with the door closed, it heats 
the water coils quickly and efficiently. 

Baths, dishes, laundering, cleaning, and many other domestic 
activities create a constant demand for abundant hot water. 
A coal fire can only provide a limited quantity of hot water 
and means long waits between each time it is used until more 
is heated. What family hasn't found this most annoying. 
Where gas is available, there is greater convenience, but the 
expense often proves prohibitive. A MODERNE Hot Water 
Oil Burning Unit, hooked right to your hot water coil, provides 
a constant flow of piping hot water at a cost below anything 
you've ever experienced before. Think of it — thirty gallons of 
steaming water at a cost of less than two cents for fuel. This 
truly is "bottled heat.". The Unit is compactly arranged so 
that the entire assembly is securely mounted on a single floor 
base. 

This MODERNE Hot Water Unit is sold complete with the 
water coil ready to be attached to your boiler or with the heat- 
ing unit alone, for connection with the coil you're now using. 
Your dealer will install the MODERNE Unit without interrupt- 
ing household activities. He simply removes the present attach- 
ment and slips your new MODERNE into its place, making the 
necessary pipe connections. 

The MODERNE Hot Water Unit is constructed throughout of 
the finest materials obtainable. It has the proven MODERNE 
Junior burner base and carries the Absolute guarantee of The 
Connecticut Foundry Company. In this Unit, we present an 
appliance of demonstrated practicability. 
No. 6— Consists of burner, Oil Tank and Stand— No copper coils. 

Each $40.00 

No. 66— Complete Water Heater. Consists of Copper Coil Tank 
Heater, Burner, Oil Tank and Stand. (No range Boiler). 
Each $54.00 



MODERNE CONVERSION UNIT 

Where Replacing Other Types of Heaters Under Coil Unit 

1. Remove old type entirely. If gas is being replaced, be sure 
Gas pipe is capped or plugged tightly to prevent leak- 
age. 

2. Clean stove pipe to chimney, and clean with brush any 
deposits of soot on copper coil and inside of case. 

3. Remove bolt lugs (usualy 3) on bottom of coil casing 
with hack saw and file. 

4. Place Moderne unit directly under coil heater and high 
enough so that tapered iron shell touches bottom rim. 
Tighten set screw on small collar to hold burner at this 
height. Now open door of coil casing and swing Burner 
Unit out. When position is correct, screw floor base to 
floor. 

5. Now remove tapered iron shell and take off bottom bowl 
casting by removing two screws. Level burner with spirit 
level by means of three adjusting screws. 

Place bottle reservoir on stand pipe as low as it will go. 
Place partly filled bottle in place and raise reservoir very 
slowly, until oil is just even with inside bottom of oil 
chamber in burner. Then raise bottle reservoir by very 
slow stages to bring depth of oil exactly A inch. 
Tighten all set screws. 
6 Attach copper tubing to burner and reservoir, keeping 
valve at lowest point in oil line. When completed, tubing 
must have slight pitch downward from burner to valve 
and a slight pitch downward from reservoir to valve. 

7. Place wicks in burner base with metal clips down. As- 
semble burner, placing perforated cylinders with large 
holes on top. 

8. To meet some city ordinances, it is necessary to install 
a pressure relief valve at the top of tank if there is not 
already one on the line, and we recommend that this be 
done in all cases as a safety measure to avoid possible 
damage if burner is forgotten and left at high flame. 



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HOT WATER HEATERS 

MODEBNE CLAIMS SAFETY, DURABILITY, AND PERFORMANCE 



DURABIUTY-Because In our manufacturing, nothTne but th bZt^^LZ°'^'"^''T'^"'- 

PERFORMANC^Because by direct comparison, there Isno fa terstaX burner ir^h^^^^^^^^ ""f' 

perfect as can be attained. srarung Durner In the field today, and the Combustion 

CONSTRUCTION— 

The Vitally Important parts of a Range Oil Burner Unit are the Burner Ra,P =ih»ii. 
must be well made, they are secondary In Importance. ' ""' ^""^ ^^'^^- ^hile the other parts 

BASE — 

The Moderne Burner Base Is made esneclallv for it<i numnco xt <> »_ t . 

setting up the burner and to Its operation In the stove. Pressure, which Is Important to the Installation man 

It Is scientifically designed to generate gas quickly, and to consume nractlcaiiv «u d-=.«. „.♦,, 

posit. It has practically 50% more generating chamber than mostTthTr tS ^ """"""'" °' """^ «*«■ 

Moderne Bases, with the exception of Juniors, are Porcelain Enameled nnripr iRnn ^ 

lasting finish which makes Moderne the fastest starting burner due to it, w.h ho f Z »^,"'* Fahrenheit, giving an ever- 

™r;rm* "^ •"""' "^ -^ - «-- "'»^» srri r.^?i?^r - 

To the eye, all shells look alike, even to the expert eye, but it is very imnortant thaf fv.^ . 

rials, or they will break down in use after a time. ^ ' ^ ^^ ^ very important that they are made of the proper mate- 

Modeme Shells are made of a high chromium content, heat-resisting steel ThP^r o^^ ^ * ^ . ' 

oxygen through the medium of the perforations for proper ^om bustior T^y eoS the nfo^ '' f ''" '''' ^"'^^'^^^ 
Withstand 25% more heat than is generated in the burner. They are made of the nr^^^^^^^ tl^.t ^ '^'"^'^' '''^^^*^ *° 
individual burner by hand process. ^^^ ^^^P^^ thickness, and are fitted to each 

The combustion cavers on the top of the burner are made of the same aualitv «=fA^i «. fK u i. 
small handles so that they can be lifted off the burner to more easily lighT it. '^^'- ^^'^ ^'^ "^^^^ ^^^^ 



VALVES: 



The requirements of a good valve are that it does not clog, stays leakoroof in ii«.a ar.^ ^u 4- i^ u 
^ The Moderne Valve is of the needle type, which has been pr;ven th bestTor all^u™ It L f ' ^^'f'^'' 

the valve stem, and between these threads and the packing nut is a left hand traded S t^ I "^^ ^^"""^ '^''^^ ^" 

from turning the valve to far open, thereby loosening the packing in the stu^ b^ ^^^^^ condiT^' "^''1^'' ''"' ^^"'^'"^ 
apt to be the cause of bad oil leaks. ^ ™^® ^^* condition, m other types is very 

The Moderne Valve is constructed entirely of Brass. 

The Moderne Burner is designed to do its work without servicing, if operated according f« ir,ct. .. 
accessary gadgets or features to cause trouble, and is kept as simple as poss^Te and do it^^^^^^^ " ^^^ "" ^^- 

XNSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING OIL BURNER 

Repeat^operations in the No. 10 to connect copper tubes 



1. Clean stove thoroughly. Be sure that all ash and soot 
has been removed from fire box and top and bottom of 
oven. 

2. Remove all fire bricks, grates and grate frame. 

3. Drill A inch hole in center of ash pit, 

4. Screw carbon legs in burner base, being careful not to 
screw too tight. 

5. Place pedestal in ash pit and fasten with bolt. 

6. Place burner base on top of pedestal. Fasten with bolt 
Loosen center pedestal bolt and adjust top of burner base 
to 7 inches below top of oven. 

7. Now make sure that top of burner base is perfectly level 
This adjustment should be made with set screws on bot- 
tom of pedestal. 

8. Facing ash pit, drill two % inch holes 3 inches apart, 
about center of left wall of ash pit. 

9. Cut one piece of copper tubing about 26 inches long and 
another piece about 16 inches long. 

10. Take brass nuts off carbon legs and slip over ends of cop- 
per tubes, following with small brass collars. Then place 
other ends of copper tubes through holes drilled in ash 
pit. Now bend copper tubes in proper shape to carbon 
legs. Place ends of copper tubes in carbon legs, keeping all 
tubes in round shape, and slide collars up close and then 
screw on brass nuts tightly to prevent leaking 



13 

14 
15. 



11. 

''• lirew base'to^'l^r.'" "°^* '=°"^^'^*^"' ^'^^ -- ^'-e. 
Connect copper tubing to end of valve and bend in nro- 
bTl^^lfth^ b^^ef b^el^^^"^ *^^^^' ^^^^^ "^'^^ '- 
fn\otm\oi^ ^"' '"''^ "^ ^°"^^ ^^P' ^^^ Pl^^e bottle 
Proper oil level should be A inches deep in grooves of 

Kow^Tv ZW^' '''''^ °P^^ ^^1^^« aSd^slTe bo?-' 
^^^..?°^J py easy stages, very slowly upward on stand 
until oil rises just to bottom of oil chamber in burner 
Now raise bottle bowl an additional ^ inch and ti^Sen 
with set screw. If above instructions have been followed 
accurately, there should be an oil level of T inch in 
grooves of burner base after five minutes have elapsed 

16. Place wicks in burner base, with metal clips at bottom 

17. Place vaporizing ring in proper position. 

18. Place perforated cylinders in proper position with large 
holes on top. Start with smallest cylinder. 

^^' ^Ite^ ^^^^^ °^ cylinders. Burner is now ready to oper- 



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HOT WATER HEATERS 

OPERATION AND CARE OF RANGE OIL BURNER 



To Light Burner 

Open chimney and oven damper. 

Open feed valves wide from one to two minutes to oDtaln 
proper amount of oil in burner base and allow time for all 
wicks to become sufficiently soaked with oil. Then close all 
feed valves and light all wicks with lighter furnished for that 
purpose. 

When flame begins to lower from lack of oil, open valves to 
number instructed by installation man. Then regulate flame 
until it burns blue a little above the mantles and does not 
smoke. Now close chimney and oven dampers. When mantles 
are glowing red, burner is at its best. Never turn burner down 
so low that mantles do not glow, or so high that it smokes or 
burns with a yellow flame. During first half hour after lighting 
burner, look at flame frequently and adjust if necessary. 

If, with chimney dampers closed, the oven does not heat 
properly, install solid damper in pipe. If this is done damper 
should be opened a little when retiring or when leaving stove 
unattended for a long period. In cases of persistant back draft, 
install an automatic draft regulator in pipe. 

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Use furnace oil of 38 to 40 degrees Baume Test or kerosene. 
Never use heavy or dirty oil. 

Never close ash pit draft completely. 

Be sure there are no other openings in stove allowing drafts 
to enter as this will cause burner to operate irregularly. 

Keep oil strainer in bottle bowl clean. 

Be sure valves are entirely closed before lighting hot burn- 
er Then insert lighted taper in outside groove and then open 
valves to proper burning points. Oil should NEVER be turned 
into hot burner unless lighted taper is in outside groove. 

Water should not be allowed to accumulate in bottle bowl as 
this will make cleaning of entire system necessary. 

To thoroughly clean burner allow all parts to cool. Remove 
all material above burner base, also wicks. Scrape carbon from 
grooves and vaporizing chamber with knife or sharp tool. Re- 
place wicks, vaporizing cap, perforated cylinders and top rings 
and covers, and burner is ready to operate. 

Thorough cleaning should not be necessary more than once 
a month. 

Study operation of your burner and adjust valves and drafts 
to get best results. 
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ONE LOOK 

And your customers will buy 




When your customers see the 
Sunny Boy, you won't have to 
sell them on its beauty . . . 
they'll "get" that in their very 
first glimpse of it. 



The Sunny Boy presents a 
clean-cut modernistic appear- 
ance. Three burnings of porce- 
lain enamel on ingot enameling 
iron make this lovely walnut 
finish absolutely permanent. 

Even with the doors closed 
you enjoy the cheerful glow of 
the fire. The Sunny Boy cabi- 
net is asbestos lined. 




See 



Special attention is called to the 
heat-radiating flanges on fire pot 
and dome, projecting smoke can- 
opy, hot blast feature, heavy angle 
iron base (not cast iron) and the 
extra large fire door opening. 
pages 34 and 35 of this catalog for full 



The Sunny Boy is just as beau- 
tiful when the doors are open as 
when they are closed. When the 
doors are open a perfect flood of 
radiant heat pours out into the 
r6om. The ornamental front grille 
can be raised and latched to facili- 
tate cleaning of the heating unit. 
information. 



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STOVES 



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THE 
MODERNE SANICO 

A new "console!" type 
coal and wood range 
which is constructed in 
accordance with regular 
Sanico standards of super- 
fine quality and yet is 
PRICED TO SELL. 



AMERICA 'S 

MOST BEAUTIFUL 

RANGE! 

For complete informa- 
tion see pages 8 and 9 
of this catalog. 




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STERNO CANNED HEAT 



Here is a can of paste that 
is like cold cream and is just 
as safe. Ail you have to do 
to use it is to take the lid 
off the can, touch a match to 
the paste — and you have a 
strong, intensely hot flame. 
For frying, boiling, etc.. — 
heating everything, — any- 
time, anywhere. No bottle 
to break and spill its dan- 
gerous contents — no wick to 
insert, trim or fiah for when 
they go to the bottom. 
Quicker, hotter, easier than gas. No tubes or cumber- 
some connections. Stern o canned heat is absolutely safe 
— it can't explode. For automobiling, camping, yachting 
or excursions. 

No. 4006 — Weight, 4 lbs. Per dozen. .$1.80 

No. 4008 — Weight, 7 lbs. Per dozen 4.50 

One dozen in a disnlay box. 



STERNO HEAT IN TUBES 

Sterno in Tubes has dififer- 
ent uses than Sterno in Cans. 
Some of these are: Boy and 
Girl Scout emergency kit. Heat 
soldering irons. Start camp 
and home wood fires, heat 
curling and waving irons. 
Sterilize medical instruments. 
Fuel for boys chemestry sets. 
Heat sealing wax and glue for 
all household uses. Cleans au- 
to windshields. Prime gasoline 
lanterns and blow torches. 
Heat Shaving water. As em- 
ergency fuel and many other 
uses. 

Sterno Heat in Tubes — Wt., per dozen — lbs. Per doz...$1.20 
Sterno Torch Sets — As illustrated is a movable device develop- 
ed for the practical application of Sterno in tubes. Wire fold- 
ing stand with set to hold pots or other articles to be heated. 
Set of 3 pieces. Wt., per dozen — lbs. Per dozen $3.00 



STERNO 3-IN-l COMBINATION 

This is one of the most useful sets in 
the Sterno line, and offers three uses in 
one article. It is a very efficient Baby 
milk warmer as the nursing bottle may 
be set upright in the ennamelware pot 
and is hot in a very few minutes. The 
pot itself may be used to prepare quick 
lunch or small amounts of any food and 
is especially useful in the sickroom. The 
stove unit itself may be used for any 
purpose where heat is desired and with 
any cooking utensil. 

The stove is finished in blue enamel to 
match the vitreous enamel finish on the 
b-iiler and is so constructed that the 
flame is entirely enclosed. It is also built so that it will use 
both the large and small sizes of Sterno Canned Heat. 

No. 15 — Sterno 3-in-l Combination. Per dozen $12.00 

Packed in Shipping Cartons Containing, 2 dozen 





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PRESSURE KEROGAS RANGES 



FOR GASOLINE 



Instant Lighter— Strike a match and turn a valve. The lighter starts at once. No pre -heating tubes or hot blast cups U 
get out of order. The lighting is direct and cannot clog. 




Will not flood. Most dependable — gives n 
trouble. There are no delicate parts to get out c 
order — no spring or coil in the generator to clp 
up. It is always ready for use — brings the con 
venience of a city gas range to homes without gai 
No other range for gasoline gas compares with i1 
Each burner is regulated separately -turned high o 
low as required. 



NO. 910 PRESSURE KEROGAS RANGE 

Venetian-Ivory porcelain enamel finish with Terrazzo top and Ivory sides. Green trimmings as shown. Insulated oven 
Porcelain enameled oven linings. Four top cooking burners. Oven thermometer. Broiler drawer and two service drawers. Com 
bined fuel and pressure gauge. Built-on air pump. The cover of cooking top, when raised provides a splasher back. 



Oven, inches 

Broiler Drawer, inches . 
Cooking Surface, inches 
Cooking Height, inches . 
Length overall, inches . . 



16x14x19 
14x5^x18 

181^x18^ 
35% 
^6% 



Depth, inches 

Height Closed, inches 
Height Open, inches . 
Shipping weight, lbs. . 



39% 

47 

250 



No, 910 — Pressure Kerogas Range. Each 



$U7.0( 



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PRESSURE KEROGAS STOVES 

J 

FOR GASOLINE 

Instant Lighter— strike a match and turn a valve. The lighter starts at once. No preheating tubes or hot blast cups to 
get out of order. The lighting is direct. Cannot clog. Will not flood. Most dependable— gives no trouble. There are no delicate 
parts to get out of order. No spring or coil In gerenator to clog up. It is always ready for use— brings the convenience of a 
city gas range to homes with out gas. No other range for gasoline gas compares with it. Each burner is regulated separately 
—turned high or low as required. 



PRESSURE KEROGAS RANGE 



Venetian — Ivory porcelain enamel flnish. 
Insulated oven. Porcelain enameled oven 
linings. Four top cooking burners and oven 
burner. Oven thermometer. Broiler drawer. 
Service drawer. Combined fuel and pressure 
gauge. Built on air pump. 



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Specify Right ar Left Oven 



Oven, inches 16x14x19 

Broiler Drawer, inches 14x5l^xl8 

Cooking Top, inches 20x2% 

End Shelf, inches 2yz 

Cmiking Height, inches 34^ 



Length Overall, inches . 

Depth, inches 

Height, inches 

Shipping weight, pounds. 



46^ 

27 

43y4 

230 



No. 960R— (Right hand oven). Each $110.00 

No. 960L— (Left hand oven) . Each jjq qq 



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PRESSURE KEROGAS STOVES 



FOR GASOLINE 



Pressure Kerogas Ranges and Cooks maintain their 
leadership in the gasoline stove field. The simplicity 
of direct lighting ease of operation and perfect service 
performance are the outstanding achievements that 
we have developed. 

To light — strike a match and turn the valve — like 
lighting a city gas range. No other stove for gasoline 
gas compares with it. It lights directly and instantly 
— no blow torch starting, no priming — no pre -heating 
tubes or hot blast cups that get out of order. Direct 
safety lighting — cannot clog — will not flood — is always 
ready — works every time — simple and reliable. No 
raw gasoline used in lighting — no danger of flooding 
when lighting — no gasoline running out should the 
flame accidentally be blown out or otherwise extin- 
guished while lighting. 

Uses air for lighting which costs no money — just a 
few strokes of the pump provides plenty of air. The 
air pump i built on — a part of the stove itself; oper- 
ated frcm natural position at a convenient angle — 
pumps up and down without pushing the stove around. 
Each burner is regulated separately, turned high or 
low cs required. Large open grate area utilizes the 
maximum cooking space — two utensils can be placed 
over one burner — three or four over two. The regular 
series two burner stove has lO^/^xlSi/^ inches grate 
surface; three burner 10%x28 inches; four burner 
10^/4x38^2 inches. Perfect combustion provides clean- 
liness. No smudge or soot. Utensils do not smoke 
up. AH parts of the stove itself with their durable 
finish are readily kept clean. 




No. 934A — R or L Pressure Kerog^as Ranges 



Cooking height, inches 3^ 

Oven, inches 16x12x18^ 

Cooking Top, inches 30%xl9 



End Shelf, inches 

Height, Inches 

Shipping weight, pounds 



8% 

50 

208 



Ivory porcelain enameled oven door and splashers. Body sides and legs are green Japan. Cast iron oven bottom with re- 
movable lid. Removable top grates. Three top cooking burners. Oven thermometer. Combined fuel and pressure gauge. Built 
on air pump. 



No. 934AR— (Right Hand Oven). Each $70.50 

No. 934AI,— (Lef t Hand Oven) . Each • 70 J0 






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KEROSENE WATER HEATERS 



HOTSTREAM 




Hotstreatn Kerosene Heaters operate in the same manner as heaters burning gas, bringing to suburban and country homes 
~9ie same hot water service enjoyed by city dwellers. 

They, without doubt, are the most efficient Kerosene Water Heaters made. The Quadruple Coils of Copper, together with 
the nationally famous "Kerogas" Wick Burner, produce an efficiency never before attained. 

I 

■ This remarkably efficient heater probably has the widest sale of any Kerosene Heater made. Extremely simple in opera- 
tion — requires little care — easily installed and very economical to use. Consumes but one gallon of Kerosene on full fire in 19 ^^ 
hours — on low fii'e, as the Heater is generally used, to supply continuous hot water, a gallon of Kerosene lasts 30 hours. 
No. 20K.W. — Weight, burner and heater complete in one crate, 50 pounds. Each $38.00 

Hotstream "20 G. K." is of the same type of construction as '"20 K. W.," the only difference being that the *• Giant" size 
Kerogas Burner is used. This means quicker heating and larger quantities of hot water. Operates 19 hours per gallon on low 
fire, and 13 hours on full fire. 

So. 20 G. K. — Weight, burner and heater complete in one crate, 52 pounds. Each , . . . , $45.00 



Two Kerosene Heaters in one — two sets of the famous "Quadruple Coils of Copper" are combined into a twin heater which 
IS a marvel of efficiency and compactness. "Kerogas" Wick Burners — A special feature of the Twin K,W. is that either burner 
may be used separately, or both together. Thus, for average hot water service 24 hours a day, one burner is operated on low 
fire. When the extraordinary demand comes, you light them both. 



Hotstream "Twin K. W." in addition to its great practical utility, is the most beautiful Kerosene Heater made. It will 
"grace" any home. If you want the best Kerosene Heater — here it Is. 



±No. "Twin K. W." — Weight, Burner and Heater complete in one crate, 90 lbs. Each $70.00 

Items marked ± are F. S.. F. O. B. Cleveland. Ohio. 



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KEROGAS OIL RANGE 

THE NEW BUFFET 




Here's the last word in modern oil range cooking 
equipment. New BEAUTY . . . new features 1 
irresistibly appeal to the housewife and directly i^ ' 
in closing the sale. The time tested features ol 
patented KEROGAS burner equipment Insure simple, 
efficient operation together with fuel economy. 



Burns 400 Gallons of Air With Every 
Gallon of Kerosene Oil 



Or 



Cooks, Bakes and Operates as Easily and Perfectly as a lias Range — More Economical 

Beautifully porcelain enameled in ivory with Italian marble finish top, an attractive color 
scheme that harmonizes with any surroundings. Equipped with four regular Kerogas brass 
burners, two under the cooking top and two under the oven, concealed by disappearing drop 
doors. A roomy utility drawer provides convenient storage space for frequently used utensils. 
Pendant handles are cool and convenient. Removable cover plate over the cooking top. The 
latter has two key plates with four cooking holes, two directly over the burners and two aux- 
iliary. Porcelain oven linings. 

22 

381/^ 

285 



Depth, inches 

Total height, inches 
Shipping weight, lbs. 




Oven, inches 16x12x18% 

Cooking surface, inches 19^/4x20 

Cooking Height, inches 36 

Length, inches 48 

Above view shows cooking tof 
* ready for use. Note the roomy 
oven 

No. 9000 A — Porcelain enameled in ivory with Italian marble finish top. Each $99i(l 




PATENTED KEROGAS 
BURNERS 

Are of genuine brass, body 
drawn out of one solid piece 
— rust-proof and seamless. 
Removable top rim can be 
taken off the burner by a 
mere twist of the hand. Pro- 
vide a clean, powerful flame, 
always under instant control. 




SCIENTIFICALLY 
CONSTRUCTED DRUM 

Kerogas burner drums are 
scientifically constructed to 
extract the maximum amount 
of gas from the oil and mix 
it with the proper amount of 
air for perfect combustion. 
Burn like a gas range — not 
like a lamp. 




WICK-RAISING 
DEVICE 

This feature of the Kero- 
gas burner has two cog wheels 
with three points of support 
for the stem. It grips the 
wick carrier at all times, in- 
suring perfect operation and 
free adjustment of the wick. 




AUXILIARY COOKING 
TOP 

Surplus heat is carried back 
to the fireless cooking holes in 
the rear. Two or more vessela 
of food utilize the heat gener- 
ated by only one burner. Ex- 
tra cooking capacity without 
increasing fuel consumption. 



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KEROGAS OIL RANGE 

Two burners for oven, three under cooking top, the latter fitted with three key plates having six holes — three directlv 
over the burners and three auxiliary at the rear. Top has one solid cover with reducing ring. Oven door, side and back splash- 
ers white porcelain enamel. Body finished in gray japan with black cooking top, end shelf, main oven front, too shelf and lower 
shelf. Glass oil tank. Oven thermometer. An ti -rust metal oven linings. 




Cooking Height, inches 
Extreme Height, inches , 

Floor Space, inches 

Cooking Top, inches . . . , 



32 
50 1^ 
56J^x24y3 ^ 
301^x20% 



End Shelf, inches 

Oven, inches 

Shipping weight, pounds 



8% 

14x12x20 

181 



No. 8560WR— White and Gray. With Right Hand Oven. Each $72.00 

No. 8560WL— White and Gray. With Left Hand Oven. Each 72.00 

No. 8560GR— Green and Ivory. With Right Hand Oven. Each 72.00 

Vo. S560GL — Green and Ivory. With Left Hand Oven. Each 72.00 



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KEROGAS OIL RANGE 




Two burners for oven, two under cooking top, the latter fitted with two key plates having four holes — two directly over Uie 
burners and two auxiliary at the rear. Top has one solid cover with reducing ring. Oven door, side and back splashers white 
porcelain enamel. Body finished in gray japan with black cooking top, end shelf, main oven front, top shelf and lower shelf, 
main oven front, top shelf and lower shelf. Glass oil tank. Oven thermometer. Anti-rust metal oven linings. 



Cooking Height, inches 32 

Extreme Height, inches 50% 

Floor Space, inches 48x24y2 

Cooking Top, inches 21i4x20% \ 



End Shelf, inches 

Oven, inches 

Shipping weight, pounds 



8% 

14x12x20 

161 



No. 8360WRr— White and Gray. With Right Hand Oven. Each $59iO 

No. 8360WL— White and Gray. With Left Hand Oven. Each 59iO 



No. 8360GR — Green and Ivory. With Right Hand Oven. Each. 
No. 8360GL — Green and Ivory. With Left Hand Oven . Each. 



59.50 
59.50 



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KEROGAS OIL COOK STOVES 




All Regular size Kerogas Burners. Heavy steel body and top finished in black rubberoid with full cabinet back and 
lower shelf. Cooking Height, 31 Ms inches. 

Patented Kerogas Burners are of genuine brass, drawn out of one solid piece— rust proof and seamless. Each Kerogas 
burner generates gas from the kerosene mixing 400 gallons of air with every gallon of kerosene oil. This provides a clean, pow- 
erful flame, always under instant control, concentrated directly under the cooking vessel or oven bottom. No waste heat— 
ao waste fuel. Oil Inlet— The Oil Inlet on the Kerogas burner is at the bottom, thus guarding against water which may collect 
in the Kerosene from entering the burner. The union nut connection of the burner to the feed pipe secures positive contact 
without any chance of tilting of the burner. Wick Raising Device — This feature on the Kerogas burner has two cog wheels 
with three points of support for the stem. It grips the wick carrier at all times, insuring perfect operation and free adjustment 
of the wick. Wick regulator—Permits setting so that you can at all times regulate the flame with the control handle. Makes the 
stove as easy to operate as a gas range. Saves dollars in wicks and oil. 

Scientifically Constructed Drum— Kerogas burner drums are scientifically constructed to extract the maximum amount of 
fas from the oil and mix it with the proper amount of air for perfect combustion. Burns like a gas range — not like a lamp. 
Glass Oil Tank — Supply of oil Is always visible. Has bail and handle for easy carrying. Genuine Brass Sub-Tank — The Sub- 
tank under the glass kerosene oil fount is made of brass. It is rust-proof — another lasting feature of Kerogas Oil Ranges and 
Cook Stoves. Square Top Grates — The extra large square top Grates on the Cook Stoves utilize the full heating capacity of the 
burners. Each grate measures 9\4xlOVo inches. Permits the use of two utensils over one burner, three or four over two. 



NO SHELF 

Numbers 229GI 

Burners 2 

Size, top, inches . 25^/^ xl7 ^^ 

Weight, each, lbs 57 

Each $20.20 



239GI 
3 

35x17% 

69 
$26.00 



249GI 
4 

43MrXl7i^ 

81 

$31.50 



WITH IVORY AND GREEN HIGH SHELF 

Numbers 229GIS 

Burners 2 

Size, top, Inches . 25i^xl7i^ 

Weight, each. lbs. 79 

Each $25.80 



239GIS 
3 

35x17% 

95 
$32.30 



249GIS 

4 
43%xl7% 

112 
$39.70 



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GIANT KEROGAS COOK STOVES 

Equipped with One Giant and the Remainder Regular Size Burners. Heavy steel body Green and Ivory Finish. Large 
cast top grates, 9V4,xlO% inches each. Cooking Height 31 V2 inches. 




Patented Kerogas Burners are of genuine brass, drawn out of one solid piece— rust-proof and seamless. Each Kerogaa 
burner generates gas from the kerosene mixing 400 gallons of air with every gallon of kerosene oil. This Provides a ciean, 
powerful fiame, always under instant control, concentrated directly under the cooking vessel or oven bottom. No waste neat- 
no waste fuel. Oil Inlet— The oil inlet on the Kerogas burner Is at the bottom ,thus guarding against water which may coueci 
in the kerosene from entering the burner. ^1 «f Af 

Scientifically constructed Drum— Kerogas burner drums are scientifically constructed to extract the maximum amouni 01 
gas from the oil and mix it with the proper amount of air for perfect combustion. Burns like a gas range— not like a lamp 
Glass Oil Tank— Supply of oil is always visible. Has bail and handle for easy carrying. Genuine Brass Sub-Tank—Tne sud- 
tank under the glass kerosene oil fount is made of brass. It is rust-proof— another lasting feature of Kerogas Oil ranges ana 
Cook Stoves. Square Top Grates— The extra large square top grates on the Cook Stoves utilize the full heating capacity 01 t-ne 
burners. Each grate measures 914x101/2 inches. Permits the use of two utensils over one burner, three or four over two. 

IVORY AND GREEN 

Numbers 1292GI 

Giant Burners J 

Regular Burners J 

Total Number of burners 2 

Size of Top, inches 25i^xl7i4 

Wt., each, pounds • • 57 

Each , $26.50 

WITH IVORY AND GREEN HIGH SHELF 

Numbers 1292GIS 

Giant Burners J 

Regular Burners J 

Total Number of Burners ^^ , ^ f 

Size of Top, inches 251^x171/2 

Weight, each, pounds — ^ J^« 

Each • • • «0.60 



1293GI 


1294GI 


1 


1 


2 


3 


3 


4 


35x17^ 


43%xl7^ 


69 


84 


$32.00 


$38.00 


1293GIS 


1294GIS 


1 


1 


2 


3 


3 


4 


35X17^ 


43%X17H 


95 


115 


$37.30 


$44.70 



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KEROGAS OIL STOVES AND SHELVES 



259 



HIGH SHELVES 



i. ^ 

I PLAIN 

"These high shelves have green japan sides and top with 
ivory japan splasher back.*' 

No. 29GI— For Ncs. 292S, 29SG and 92S; weight, 26 pounds. 
Each $6.10 

No. 39GI— For Nos. 392S. 39SG and 93S; weight, 30 pounds. 
Each $6.80 

No. 40GI— For Ncs. 492S, 49SG and 94S; weight 34 pounds. 
Each $8.20 



DIRECTIONS FOR OPERATING KEROSENE OIL 
COOKING STOVES 



Always have stop on valve set so the wick cannot be 
turned higher than the upper edge of the brass burner. 

This can easily be done by raising or lowering the wick 
as case may require until it is even or a trifle below upper 
edge of brass burner. Then place pointer against stop 
»nd fasten by tightening thumb nut. 

This will not need changing for weeks. 

To light burner tilt up drum and raise wick to stop. 

Wick must be no higher than upper edge of brass 
burner. 

Then light wick with match at several places which will 
sprad flame around quickly. Leave in this position until 
the fire is in a good blue condition. 

Then lower wick about one-sixth of a turn into burner 
tubes. 

It will reduce flame for about ten seconds but the fire 
will come right up again and will keep up a very hot fire 
with the least amount of oil and save the w^ick. 

The wick should nev6r be exposed while stove is in full 
operation. 

If wick h raised too high the intense heat will char 
and ruin the wick. 

To extinguish fire turn down wick as far as it can be 
turned. Do not use scissors or wick trimmers except to 
trim a loose thread. If you want to smooth wick rub it 
one way with a cloth carefully. 

Keep tank filled with good kerosene oil. Never let it 
run dry. 

It needs no more care than an ordinary kerosene lamp. 

When wick has been used up, put in new one which can 
be had mounted ready for use — it can be had at nominal 
cost from dealer. 

DON'T TURN WICK TOO HIGH NOR LET STOVE RUN DRY 



Richardson Boilers 



The Richardson & Boynton Company was a pioneer among 
the manufacturers of cast iron boilers for heating systems. The 
accumulated knowledge of years of experience in the heating 
of buildings of all kinds stands behind every Richardson Boiler, 
and the name Richardson in itself is a guarantee of efficient 
service at low cost. 



Years of close contact with the heating trade have developed 
a noteworthy consciousness of trade protection and a reputa- 
tion for responsibility to the public. 

Typical of the campany's attitude and responsibility to heat- 
ing contractors and the public is its practice of testing each 
section of every boiler at high water pressure, of carefully ream- 
ing and machining all sections and of fully assembling the boil- 
er before shipment. When assembled, the boiler is again tested 
at high water pressure to make sure that all connections and 
sections are "perfect" in every respect. This is an exceptional 
practice, and an expensive one. 

All Richardson Boilers are rated according to A. S. M. E. 
standards. These ratings are absolutely dependable and with 
every Richardson Boiler goes the Richardson & Boynton Com- 
pany guarantee of perfection in workmanship and materials 
efficiency in operation. 

Richardson Radiation is designed and constructed under the 
same strict standards as Richardson Boilers, and, with the 
Richardson &; Boynton Heating and Radiation Specialties des- 
cribed in this catalog, forms a complete Heating Line of Uni- 
form high quality and effectiveness. 

All heating contractors and members of the professions al- 
lied with the heating industry are urged to inspect our manu- 
facturing facilities and methods, so that they may familiarize 
themselves with the excellence of Richardson Boilers and Rich- 
ardson Radiation and so specify and sell them with complete 
confidence. 



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OIL RANGES AND STOVES 

PREMIER LONG CHIMNEY 




No. 2460D R or L Green Premier Oil Range 



PREMIER LONG CHIMNEY BURNERS 

Are made of brass, drawn out of one piece, rust-proof 
and seamless, and provide a clean, intense flame, readily 
controlled. The oil inlet is from below which avoids trap- 
ping any water which may collect in kerosene. A union 
nut connection of the burner to the feed pipe makes a 
tight joint. 

Wick Raising Device — Is positive in operation, grips the 
wick carrier firmly and allows free movement of the wick 
in burner; provided with wick stop and ring for tilting 
burner drum to facilitate lighting. 

Finished in green and ivory as illustrated. Burner Drums porcelain 
f^nrmeled. Cooking height, 31 M; inches. 

Nos. 302D 303D 304D 

Oize of Top. inches 251/2x171/2 35x17^. 431/2x171/2 

?Io. of burners 2 3 4 

Shipping weight, pounds 48 61 69 

Jach $17.40 $22.30 $27.70 

SAME AS ABOVE EXCEPT WITH HIGH SHELF 

Numbers 302DS 303DS 304DS 

ijach $20.90 $26.50 $32.60 




A KEROGAS PRODUCT 

Two burners under oven, two under cooking top, 
the latter fitted with two key plates having four 
holes — two directly over the burners and two auxil- 
iary at the rear. Porcelain enameled oven door and 
burner drums. Glass oil tank. Oven thermometa. 
Burner drums are fitted with mica doors. 

Cooking height, inches 32 

Extreme Height, inches 50 

Floor Space, inches 48x24^ 

End Shelf, inches 8^ 

Cooking Top, inches 2114x20% 

Oven, inches 14x12x20 

Shipping weight, pounds 162 

No. 2460DR — Ivory and Green, Right hand oven. 

Each $50-00 

No. 2460DL — Ivory and Green, Left hand oven. 
Each *50.M 




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A KEROGAS PRODUCT 

Provide a hot, blue flame concen- 
trated directly under the cooking ves- 
sel or oven bottom — no wasted heat. 
Regulation of the flame is simplicity 
itself. Any heat, high, low, medium, 
at a turn of the control wheel. By 
mixing large quantities of air with the 
oil, the Premier Burner generates gas 
economically. 

Oven Thermometer — On range 
ovens is a great convenience when us- 
ing the oven. 

Glass Oil Tank — Supply of oil is al- 
ways visible. Has bail for easy car- 
rying. 

End Shelf — On all ranges, furnishes 
a convenient extension to the cooking 
top. Protects the glass oil tank. 

Porcelain enameled oven door and 
burner drums. Glass oil tank. Oven 
thermometer. Two burners under 
oven, three for cooking top. Six holes 
— three directly over the burners and 
three auxiliary at the rear. Extra 
cooking capacity without increasing 
fuel consumption. 



OIL RANGES 

PREMIER LONG CHIMNEY 





No. 2560D R or L Green Premier Oil Range 

Cooking Height, inches 32 

Extreme Height, inches _ 50 

Floor Space, inches 56Hx24V2 

Cooking Top, inches 30%x20% 

End Shelf, inches q^ 

Oven, inches 14x12x20 

Shipping weight, pounds 190 

Vo. 2560DR— Ivory and Green. Right hand oven. Each $56.50 

\o. 2560DL— Ivory and Green. Left hand oven. Each 56.50 



No. 2550D R or L Green Premier Oil Range 

Porcelain enameled oven door and burner drums. Glass oil 
tank. Oven thermometer. Two burners under oven, three for 
cooking top. Burner drums are fitted with mica doors. 

Cooking height, inches 32 

Extreme Height, inches 50 

Floor Space, inches 55x23 

Cooking Top, inches 30% xl9 

No. 2550DR — Ivory and Green. Right hand oven. Each. $52.00 
So, 2550DL — Ivory and Green, Left hand oven. Each... 52.00 




AUXILIARY COOKING TOP 

Two models of range are equipped with the auxiliary cooking 
top which enables one burner to do the work of two. Surplus 
heat is carried back to the fireless cooking holes in the rear 
and two or more vessels of food utilize the heat generated by 
only one burner, thus giving extra cooking capacity without 
increased fuel consumption. 



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OIL RANGES AND STOVES 

EVERITE WICKLESS 





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Two burners under oven, two under cooking 
top, the latter fitted with two key plates having 
four holes — two directly over the burners and two 
auxiliary at the rear. Oven door and burner drums 
porcelain enamel. Balance trimmed in green and 
ivory. Glass oil tank. Oven thermometer. 

Cooking height, inches 32 

Extreme height, inches 50 14 

Floor Space, inches 48x24% 

Cooking top, inches 21^4x20% 

End Sheli;, inches 8% 

Oven, inches 14x12x20 

Shipping weight, lbs. 168 

No'. 5460DR — Ivory and Green. Right hand oven. 
Each $47.50 

No. 5460DL — Ivory and Green. Left hand oven. 
Each $47.50 




EASY TO LIGHT, OPERATE AND EXTINGUISH 

Everite Wickless Oil Burner 

Just a turn of the handle and the burner is ready 
to light. The flame is brought up under the cooking 
vessel producing intense cooking or baking heat. Ex- 
tremely simple in construction without complicated 
mechanism. Easy to light, operate and extinguish. 



Leg Leveler 

One is attached to each leg. Permits easy leveling. 
Screwed up or down to lower or raise any corner of 
the stove to level. 















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For Everite Wickless Oil Stoves — Color green 





For 


Ship. Wt 


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2 Burner 


21 lb. 


Vo. 3BG 


3 Burner 


27 lbs. 


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4 Burner 


32 lbs. 



Each 

$3.50 

4.20 

5.00 



No. 63C — Green Everite Wickless Oil Cook 

Finished in green and ivory as illustrated. Burner drunis 
porcelain enameled. Cooking height, 32 inches. 





No. of 


Size of 


Ship. 


Without 




Burners 


Top Ins. 


Wt., lbs. 


High Shelf 


No. 62D 


2 


25y2xi7y2 


48 


$16.20 


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3 


35 X171/2 


61 


20.20 


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4 


4314x171/2 


69 


24.70 



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I No. 5560C R or L Green Everite Wickless Oil Rang^e 

Cooking Height, inches 32 

Extreme height, inches 50i^ 

Floor space, inches 561/2x241/2 

Cooking Top, inches 301/2x20% 

End Shelf, inches §1/2 

Oven, inches 14x12x20 

Shipping weight, pounds 186 

No. 5560DR— Ivory and Green. Right hand oven. Each $53.50 

No. 5560DL — Ivcry and Green. Left hand oven. Each 53.50 



AUXILIARY COOKING TOP 




Two models of the ranges are equipped with the auxiliary 
cooking top which enables one burner to do the work of two 
Surplus heat is carried back to the fireless cooking holes in the 
rear and two or more vessels of food utilize the heat generated 
by only one burner, thus giving extra cooking capacity without 
increased fuel consunuotion. 



EVERITE BURNER DRUM 

Burner drums are porcelain enameled. Scien- 
tifically constructed with perforated inner tubes 
for the proper mixture of air and gas to secure 
the most intense cooking heat with the great- 
est economy in fuel consumption. 



INDICATOR 

Raising and lowering of the lighting ring is 
accomplished by means of a rack and gear op- 
erated by a handle projecting at the front and 
equipped with an indicator showing the proper 
positions for "lighting", "burning zone" and 
"out." 

Oven door and ourner drums porcelain en- 
amel. Balance trimmed in green and ivory. 
Glass oil tank. Oven thermometer. Two burn- 
ers under oven, three under cooking top, the 
latter fitted with three key plates having six 
holes — three directly over the burners and three 
auxiliary at the rear. 




No. 5550C R or L Green Everite Wickless Oil Range 

Oven door and burner drums porcelain enamel. Balance 
trimmed in green and ivory. Glass oil tank. Oven thermo- 
meter. Two burners under oven, three under cooking top. 

Cooking height, inches 32 

Extreme Height, inches 50% 

Floor Space, inches 55x23 

Cooking Top, inches 30%xl9 

End Shelf, inches 8^/2 

Oven, inches 14x12x20 

Shipping weight, pounds 186 

No. 5550DR — Ivory and Green. Right hand oven. Each.. $49.50 
No. 5550DL — Ivory and Green. Left hand oven. Each.. 49.50 



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BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE 
ANCHOR LOW TYPE 

Simple in construction and easily controlled, these low style stoves are especially useful where space is limited. Generate 
gas from kerosene oil. Built with a well constructed steel frame and base. Body attractively finished in green. Have glass 
oil tank with automatic oil feed. Not made for high shelf. Total height, 10% Inches. 




No. 033 ANCHOR 
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE 

Numbers 032 033 

Number of burners 2 3 

Size of Top, inches 22x14 32x14 

Shipping weight, pounds 28 36 

Each $8.30 $11.00 

These Anchor stoves provide ideal cooking service economically, indoors or out — in the home, camp or anywhere that 

quick heat is desired. Generate gas from kerosene oil. Built with a well constructed steel frame and base. Finished in black 
rubberoid. Have safety oil tank with automatic oil feed. Not made for high shelf. Total height, 9% Inches. 





N3. 32 ANCHOR No. 33 ANCHOR 

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE 

Nos. 31 

Number of Burners , 1 

Size of Top, inches 14x14 

Shipping weight, pounds 13 

Each $6.00 



32 


33 


2 


3 


22x14 


32x14 


18 


23 


$7.50 


$10.00 




NO. 30 ANCHOR WICKLESS OIL STOVE 

Being readily portable, free from excess weight, this Anchor stove can be used 
anywhere about the home or transported elsewhere. Efficient for outdoor use. Safety 
oil tank with automatic oil feed. Well constructed steel frame and legs permit the use 
of heavy utensils. Practical hard-baked black japan finish. 

Well constructed steel frame, legs and fuel tank black japanned finish. Safety oil 
tank with automatic oil feed. Burner drum aluminized finish. 



No. 30 — Height overall 9 inches. 
Weight each — pounds. Each . . 



Width overall 15 inches. 



Capacity of tank 1 quart. 
$3.50 



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*OIL COOKING STOVE PARTS 



Regular Kerogas Oil Stove Parts 




$No. 1 — Burner complete with Wick (without burner 

drum) 1914 and years previous .$3.70 

No. 4 — Inner Perforated Tube of Burner Drum (re- 
places former fiat top style) 34 

No. 5 — Outer Perforated Tube of Burner Drum 34 

:}:No. 6— Glass Oil Tank with Automatic Valve (prior 

to 1915) 1-80 

No. 7— Automatic Valve only for Glass Oil Tank 32 

$No. 8 — Slip Cap for end of Supply Pipe. Per doz 50 

$No. 9 — Two Lock Nuts on Supply Pipe 20 

$No. 10 — Lead Plug only for Pipe Cap. Each 20 

:f:No. 11 — ^Pipe Cap with Plug for end of Supply Pipe . . .20 
iNo. 12 — Saddle on Supply Pipe for Clamp Burner 

Holder 30 

$No. 13 — Clamp Burner Holder with Set Screw .30 

tNo. 14K— Top Grates (prior to 1929) 9^x9 in. (1929 

and later) 9^x10^ in 70 

Top Grates, round 70 

iNo. 17 — Lifting Wheel on top of burner 30 

$No. 18 — ^Washer for Union Nut Connection 20 

:j:No. 19 — Union Nut only .20 

No. 20 — ^Wick, with carrier complete, per dozen 3.90 

No, 23 — Burner Drum complete (enameled) 1.80 

No. 29-2 — Regular Kerogas Burner (complete with wick, 

without drum) (1926 and later) 3.70 

$No. 51— Burner (1915) complete with Wick (Without 

burner drum) 3.70 

No. 56 — Glass Oil Tank with Automatic Valve U915 

and later) 1.80 

Bail and carrier for glass oil tank .50 

All items marked thus ^ not carried in 



$No. 58— Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 1 

burner stove 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 2 

burner stove 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 3 

burner stove 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 4 

burner stove 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 5 
burner stove 

:J:No. 61— Burner (1916-17) complete with Wick (with- 
out burner drum) 

iNo. 78 — Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 1 

burner stove 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 2 

burner stove 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 3 

burner stove 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 4 

burner stove 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 5 

burner stove 

No. 81— Burner (1918-25) complete with Wick (with- 
out burner drum) 

$No. 88— Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 1 

burner stove (prior to 1926) 

Supply Pipe with Sub -tank complete for 2 

burner stove (prior to 1926) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 3 

burner stove (prior to 1926) 

Supply Pipe with Sub -tank complete for 4 

burner stove (prior to 1926) 

Supply Pipe with Sub -tank complete for 5 
burner stove (prior to 1926) 

iNo. 88-1 — Supply Pipe with Sub -tank complete for 2 

burner stove (1926 and later) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 3 

burner stove (1926 and later) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 4 

burner stove (1926 and later) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 5 
burner stove (1926 and later) 

$No. 88-2 — Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 2 

burner stove (1932) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 4 

burner stove (1932) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 4 

burner range 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 5 

burner range 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for Buf- 
fet range (upper) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for Buf- 
fet range (lower) 

$No. 92— Top rim only for 29-2 Burner 

iNo. 126— Saddle for Supply Pipe (1926 and later) 

4:No. 812 — Saddle on Supply Pipe for Clamp Burner 
Holder (prior to 1926) 

$No. 813— Clamp Burner Holder with Set Screw (prior 
to 1926) 

$Steel Legs with Bolts, each 

iCast Iron Legs for 5 burner and No. 409 Cabinet Oil 
Range, each 

stock but shipped direct from t^ctory. 



2.90 
3.60 

4.20 
4.80 
5.40 
3.70 
2.90 
3.60 
4.20 
4.80 
5.40 
3.70 
2.90 
3.60 
4.20 
4.80 
5.40 
3.60 
4.20 
4.80 
5.40 
3.60 
4.80 
4.80 
6.60 
3.60 

3.60 
.70 
.30 

.30 

.30 
.50 

1.40 



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*OIL COOKING STOVE PARTS 

Giant Kerosas Stov« Parts. 
Parts listed below are especially for the Giant Kerosas Stove* 




II s 

4 — Inner Perforated Tube of Regular Burner 

Drum (replaces former fiat top style) $0.34 

5 — Outer Perforated Tube of Regular Burner 

Drum 34 

7 — Automatic Valve for Glass Oil Tank 32 

8— Slip Cap for End of Supply Pipe, per dozen.. .50 

9— Two Lock Nuts for 38-2 Supply Pipe 20 

11— Cap and Plug for 38-2 Supply Pipe .20 

14K— Top Grates (prior to 1929) 91^x9 in. (1929 

and later) 9iAxl0i^ in 70 

17 — Lifting Wheel on Top of Regular Kerogas 

burners 30 

18 — Washer for Union Nut Connection 20 

19 — Union Nut Only 20 

20— Regular Burner Wicks, complete, per dozen . . 3.90 

23 — Regular Burner Drum, complete 1.80 

No. 29-2— Regular Kerogas Burner (complete with wick, 

without burner drum) (1926 and later) 3.70 

30 — Giant Wicks, with carrier complete, per dozen 6.30 
31— Giant Kerogas Burner, complete with wick 

(without burner drum) (prior to 1926) 6.50 

33 — Giant Kerogas Burner Drum, complete 2.80 

34— Inner Perforated Tube of Giant Burner Drum 

(replaces former flat top style) 70 

35-Outer Perforated Tube of Giant Burner Drum. .70 
37— Lifting Wheel and Rod on Top of Giant 

Kerogas Burner 30 

38 — Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 2 

burner stove (prior to 1926) 3 60 

Supply Pipe with Sub -tank complete for 3 

burner stove (prior to 1926) 4 20 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for "4 
burner stove (prior to 1926) ... 4 go 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank 
burner stove 



No. 

No. 

No. 
±No. 

::No. 
::No. 

±No. 



No. 

No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



No. 
No. 

No. 
No. 

No. 
*No. 

;t:No. 



$No. 38-1— Supply Pipe with Sub- tank complete for 2 

burner stove (1926 and later) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 3 

burner stove (1926 and later) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 4 

burner stove (1926 and later) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 5 

burner stove (1926 and later) 



$No. 



38-2 — Supply Pipe 
burner stove 
Supply Pipe 
burner stove 
Supply Pipe 
burner stove 



with Sub-tank complete for 2 

(1932) 

with Sub-tank complete for 3 

(1932) 

with Sub-tank complete for 4 

(1932) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 8850- 

9950 Series Ranges 

$No. 39-2 — Giant Kerogas Burner (complete with wick, 

without burner drum) (1926 and later) 

56 — Glass Oil Tank with Automatic Valve 

Bail and Carrier for Glass Oil Tank 

81 — Regular Kerogas Burner complete with Wick 

(without burner drum) (prior to 1926) 

92— Top Rim Only for 29-2 Burner 

93 — Top Rim Only for 39-2 Giant Burner 

126 — Saddle for Supply Pipe (1926 and later) 

812 — Saddle on Supply Pipe for Clamp Burner 

Holder (prior to 1926) 

813 — Clamp Burner Holder with Set Screw (prior 
to 1926) 



No. 

No. 

$No. 
$No. 

iNo. 
$No. 

*No. 



complete for 5 
(prior to 1926) 5.40 

^ „ HEAVY DUTY GIANT KEROGAS STOVE 

All parts are same as Giant Kerogas with the following: exceptions: 

$No. 48— Supply Pipe with Sub -tank complete for 2 burner stove (prior to 1926) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 3 burner stove (prior to 1926) 

Supply Pipe with Sub -tank complete for 4 burner stove (prior to 1926) 

Supply Pipe with Sub- tank complete for 5 burner stove (prior to 1926) 

$:No. 48-1— Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 2 burner stove (1926 and later) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 3 burner stove (1926 and later) - 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 4 burner stove (1926 and later) 

Supply Pipe with Sub-tank complete for 5 burner stove (1926 and later) 

Balance of Parts same as Giant Kerogas Stove Parts Above 
Items marked thus $ not carried in stock, but shipped direct from f&ctorr. 



3.60 
4.20 
4.80 
5.40 
3.60 
4.20 
4.80 
6.70 

6.50 

1.80 

.44 

3.70 

.70 

1.00 

.30 

.30 
.30 



.$3.60 

. 4.20 

. 4.80 

. 5.40 

. 3.60 

. 4.20 

. 4.80 

. 5.40 



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OIL STOVE PARTS AND OVENS 

LIST OF PARTS FOR PREMIER OIL STOVE 




No. 9 — Two Lock Nuts on Supply Pipe, each $0.20 

No. 10 — Washer only for Pipe Cap, each 20 

No. 11 — Pipe Cap and Washer for end of Supply Pipe 20 

No. 18 — Washer for Union Nut Connection and 

No. 19— Union Nut 20 

No. 101— Supply Pipe with Sub-tank for 5 burner range 5.40 

Supply Pipe with Sub- tank for 4 burner range 4.60 

No. 102 — Supply Pipe with Sub- tank for 2 burner stove 2.60 

No. 103 — Supply Pipe with Sub -tank for 3 burner stove 4.00 

No. 104 — Supply Pipe with Sub-tank for 4 burner stove 4.60 

No. 106 — Burner Drum (Specify Green or Mottled) 10y2--in. high 1.80 

No. 106 A— Burner Drum (Specify Green or Mottled) 9 -in. high 1.80 

No. AF3~Glass Oil Tank without Automatic Valve 1.80 

No. 107 — Automatic Valve only for Glass Oil Tank 32 

No. 108 — Burner Collar 40 

No. 109--Bail and Carrier for Glass Oil Tank 30 

No. 110 — Mica Door and Hinge complete .40 

No. Ill — Mica only, per dozen .80 

No. 112 — Saddle for Supply Pipe 30 

No. 113 — Top Grate .70 

Round Top Grate 40 

No. 114— Wick Stop 34 

No. 114A— Wick Stop 34 

No. 130 — Brass Burner with Wick 3.40 

No. 300 — Wick, per dozen 3.90 

Cooking Top for 2 Burner Stove 2.50 

Cooking Top for 3 Burner Stove 2.30 

Cooking Top for 4 Burner Stove 4.00 

Cooking Top Frame only for No. 3560-2560 Range 3.30 

Cooking Top Frame only for No. 3550-2550 Range 3.30 

Cooking Top Frame only for No. 3460-2460 Range 3.20 

Cooking Top Frame only for No. 3450 Range 3.30 

2-Hole Key Plate for Ranges 3560-3460-2560-2460 2.20 

Legs for Stoves, each .50 

Legs for No. 3500 Range, each .50 

Solid Reducing Cover 1.00 



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OVENS 

FOR OIL. GASOLINE OR GAS STOVES 



KEROGAS OVEN 




Glass drop door with blue porcelain en- 
ameled panel with thermometer fitted, 
polished blue steel body, roll edge top with 
aluminum corners, full tin and asbestos 
lined, mica peep holes with aluminum 
frames. 

No. 667— Size 21xl3y4Xl8% inches. Ship- 
ping weight, 29 lbs. Each $8.70 





Blue steel body, glass drop door. Sides 
tin lined; tin panel inside door. Two 
racks. Deflector attached to lower rack. 
Concealed door supports. 
No. 2332— Size 20y8Xl2%xl6% inches. 
Shipping weight, 16 lbs. Each $3.50 




For one burner only; Polished blue 
steel body; sides Tin Lined. Glass Drop 
Door. Deflector attached to Lower Rack. 
No. 1514--Si2e. 13%xl3^xl8% inches; 
Shipping weight, 13 lbs. Each $4.30 



Blue steel body, Glass Drop Door with 
Thermometer Fitted. Sides Tin Lined; 
Tin Panel Inside Door. Two Racks, De- 
flector attached to lower rack. Concealed 
Door Supports. 

No. 2337— Size 20y8Xl2%xl6y8 Inches; 
Ship, wt., each, 16 lbs. Each $4.50 




For one burner only; blue steel body; 
single walls; drop door. 
No. 1201— Size 12^x12x12 inches. Ship- 




For one burner only. Blue steel body, 
single walls, two oven racks, glass swing 
door. 

No. 114— Size 12x10x11 inches. Shipping 
weight. 7 lbs. Each $i.6fl 



GRISWOLD BOLO 




This oven Is interchangeable from a 
small oven to a large oven by regulating 
the heat which Is controlled by a flue 
plate. 

Four-fifths of home bakings are small 
and occupy only half of the total space in 
a high or large oven, yet to bake a single 
pie or pan of biscuits you have to heat 
the entire space in your old style oven. 
A small baking costs just as much as a 
large one. But it is not so with a Bolo 
oven as you can convert it into a large 
or small oven according to the size of 
your baking. Change is made in two 
seconds. 

The construction maintains the heat 
and compels an even uistribution of it 
throughout the oven. 

Securely made throughout of high 
grade steel, with nickel plated trimmings. 
No. 180 — Drop glass door; height, 18% 
inches; width, 20 inches; depth, 13^ 
inches; wt., crated, 31 lbs. Each ..$13.00 
One in a crate. 



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OVENS 

ELGIN 

Ovens That 
RESIST RUST AND CORROSION 

The numbers 60RR and 16RR ovens are made from the nationally known "Toncan Copper Mo-lyb-den-um" oven Iron 
which is one of the most durable metals that science and engineering can produce. These ovens are finished with high heat 
black baked enamel which will not soften with grease and heat 




No. 60RR — Thermo equipped. Outside 
dimensions 20-in. wide by 18 14 -in. high 
by 13% -in. deep. Baking capacity 18-in. 
wide by 12% -in. high by 12% -m. deep. 
Made from 26 gauge rust-resisting metal, 
finished in high heat lustrous black bak- 
ed enamel. Lined with bright tin and 
asbestos. Equipped with heavy Alaska 
cold handles. Shipping weight 21'^^ lbs. 
Each $7.50 




No. SOW — Thermometer equipped, over- 
size oven, 19^ inches wide inside to ac- 
commodate largest roasters. Outside di- 
mensions, 21% inches wide by 18 H inches 
high by 13% inches deep. White porce- 
lain enamel panel. Lined throughout 
with bright tin and asbestos. Shipping 
weight 27 lbs. Each $6.50 




Mo. IBRR — Outside dimensions 12 14 -in. 
wide by 13V2-in. high by 13-in. deep. 
Baking capacity 11 -in. wide by 9-in. high 
by 121/^ -in. deep. Thermo. Made from 
26 gauge rust-resisting metal, finished in 
high heaf lustrous black baked enamel. 
Lined with bright tin and asbestos. Ship- 
ping weight 14 lbs. Each $5.25 




No. 22 — Dimensions 20-in. wide by le^- 
in. high by 13-in. deep. Baking capacity 
18-in. wide by 12-in. high by 12i^-in. 
deep. Lined with bright tin and asbestos. 
Equipped with heavy Alaska cold handles 

Shipping weight, 22 lbs. Each $3.60 

APROVED BY AUTHORITIES 
Tested and approved by Good House- 
keeping Institute, and also by Today's 
Housewife. 




No. 10 — Outside dimensions 12i/^-in. wide 
by 12^^ -in. high by 13-in. deep. Baking 
capacity 11 -in. wide by 9-in. high by 
12Vi;-in. deep. Lined with bright tin 
and asbestos. Equipped with heavy 
Alaska cold handles. Shipping wt. 12^- 
Ibs. Each $3.00 




No. 120 — Two-burner. Outside di- 
mensions 20 in. wide, 16y2 inches high, 
13 inches deep. Door embossed, rein- 
forced, fitted with glass as shown, ends 
steel lined, fitted with two shelves. Ship- 
ping weight, packed 1 in carton, 18 
lbs. Each $2.75 




No. 102 — Outside dimensions 12 in. wide 
by 11 in. high by 10% in. deep. Door 
embossed, fitted with glass panel; two 
shelves, no linings. Weight, packed 1 to 
a carton, 6 pounds. Each $1.15 



No. 104 — Same as above except ends steel 
lined. Shipping weight packed 1 to a 
carton, 7 lbs. Each $1.35 




No. 103 — Outside dimensions 12 inches 
wide by 11 inches high by 10% inches 
deep. Door solid, steel paneled and em- 
bosed; two shelves; no linings. Weight, 
packed 1 to a carton, 5% lbs. Each. $1.05 



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R adiant H eater 



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The Coleman Radiant Heater is an attractively designed, strongly ujade, and reasonably priced gas-pressure 
heating stove. It makes its ov^n gas from any good grade of clean motor gasoline. It can be carried from room 
to room as needed. It is especially adapted to localities where there is no natural or artificial gas service, or where 
cheap coal and wood are not available. It is an ideal source of heat for residences, for stores, offices, work shops,* 
warerooms, cafes, etc. And as an auxiliary heater it is a mighty handy help in time of need. This type of heater 
is rapidly gaining in popularity. The market practically unlimited. 



1. Operation — Portable. Makes and burns its ovra gas 
from untreated gasoline. Produces a fresh, clean, fan- 
like zone of radiant heat. Instantly regulated. 

2. Instant Gas Starter — Lights instantly with a match, 
quickly preheats the gp- orator so that you have a full 
flow of h^at in a minute or less. 



3. Design — Fluted door; decorative dress guards and 
column ornaments; new andiron feet; aluminum heat de- 
flector. 

4. Finish — Heat resisting, non-tarnishing. Frame and 
body finished in rich bronze-brown baked enamel; top is 
of brown porcelain enamel. 

Model No. 5 A — Height 23 inches; width 25 inches; depth 
Each 



5. Removable Fuel Tank — Capacity 1 gallon. Heavy 
gauge sheet steel, electrically welded. Built-in pump, 
combination air-and-fuel gauge, two fuel control valves, 
and combination drip-pan and baffle-plate. 



6. Generator — Special Coleman Thermo-Safety type. 
Automatically controls fiow of fuel — prevents flooding. 
Made of seamless brass tubing. 



7. Improved Burner — Gray cast iron Hard clay gas tips. 

8. Radiants — Eight single radiants of best fire clay. 
12% inches. Net weight 31 lbs.; shipping weight 42 lbs. 
• • $38.00 



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RADIANT HEATERS 
COLEMAN 




INSTANT GAS MODEL 



1. Instant-Lighting — Requires no preheating. Just strike a 
match, turn a valve and it's going. Incorporates the same uni- 
versal "Instant -Gas" principle now used so successfully on Cole- 
man Lamps and Lanterns, Camp Stoves, Cook Stoves and Self- 
Heating Irons. 

2. New Safety Lock Valve — Prevents flooding, controls flow of 
fuel wlule lighting. 

3. Portable Type — Strong convenient handle; easily carried 
anywhere. No connections or installation necessary. 

4. Operation — Makes and burns its own gas from any good 
grade of clean untreated motor gasoline. Instantly regulated to 
heat desired. 



5. Design and Finish — Nickel plated steel dress guards. Pol- 
ished Aluminum heat deflector. Frame and body finished in 
rich bronze -brown baked enamel. Top of brown porcelain en- 
amel, heat-resisting and non-tarnishing. 

6. Tank and Generator Assembly — Single unit construction. 

Perfect combustion and odorless operation. Tank of heavy 
gauge sheet steel, electrically welded, rust-resisting lining. 
Easily removable. Fuel capacity 7 pints. Separate air pump. 
Hand operated filler plug. 

7. Generator — Made of seamless brass tubing. Cleaning needle 
automatically cleans gas tip each time valve is opened and 
closed. Easily removed. 



8. Cast Iron Burner — Designed for perfect combustion, 
clay gas tips. Draining well built into casting bottom. 

9. Radiants — Seven single radiants of best fire clay. 



Hard 



j^o. 16 — Height, 181/^ inches; width, 16 inches; depth, 'JV2 inches; net weight, 20 lbs. Shipping weight, 24 lbs. Each $23.20 




WITH MATCH GENERATING PREHEATER 

Operation — Makes and burns its own gas. Produces a clean, invigorating heat — no soot, no smoke, no odor. 

Fast Action Match -Generating Preheater — Hot -blast type. Consists of cast metal cup, control valve and tube vaporizer. 

Finish — Brown Vitreous enamel top, brown baked enamel body and dress guards, bronze colored trimmings, aluminum back 

and heat deflector. 

Burner — Gray cast iron. I>esigned for perfect conmbustion. Fitted with non-corrosive clay gas tips. 

Generator — Quick-action, heavy-duty type -made of high-grade seamless brass tubing. Removable — easily cleaned. 

Removable Tank— Capacity one gallon, made of heavy gauge steel, electrically welded and equipped with air gauge, hand 

operated filler plug, double fuel valve and built-in pump. 
7. Radiants— Eight single colored radiants, made of best grade of fire-clay. Colored to harmonize with heater finish. Extra size 

for full heat. 
Model No. 7— Height, 22^/2 inches; width, 221/2 inches; depth, 9 inches; net weight, 28 pounds. Shipping weight, 40 pounds. 
Each $25.00 



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KEROGAS DUPLEX HEATER 




Two Giant Wlckless Oil Burners. 
Burners generate gas economically from 

kerosene oil. 
Quick, clear flame insures steady heat. 
Used anywhere — no flue connections required. 
Dimensions 
No. 622 Kerogas Duplex Heater 
Length 21iA inch. '. ' ' 

Depth 11% inch. 
Total Height 3 11/2 inch. 
Approx. Ship weight 85 lbs. 



No. 622 Kerogas Duplex Heater 

Circulates Healthful Humidified Heat with Remarkable Economy in fuel use. 



This attractive heater offers quick, powerful heating service 
at minimum cost. 

Cold air is taken in at the bottom of the Kerogas Duplex 
Heater — quickly heated — and passes out through the top open- 
ings at the front and sides. This heat rises into the room as 
cold air is constantly taken in at the bottom, an effective cir- 
culation of humidified heat is maintained. Radiant heat is 
reflected forward and downward from the body of the heater, 
providing the dual advantages of circulating and radiant heat. 



As the Kerogas Duplex Heater requires no flue connection, 
it can easily be placed in any location. Two giant wickless 
burners provide steady heat. An indicator panel with desig- 
nations for "Light", "High Fire" and "Out" makes operation 
easy. Two gallon glass oil tank with automatic oil feed. Hu- 
midifier tank insures properly moistened, humidified heat. 

The Kerogas Duplex Heater is beautifully porcelain enameled 
in furniture finish with Italian Marble finish top, an agreeable 
color scheme that harmonizes with surroundings. Attractive 
cabinet design makes this Kerogas Duplex Heater a pleasing 

furnishing for any room, -■-■ 



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KEROGAS DUPLEX HEATER 




Circulates clean, comforting heat. 

Two Giant Wickless Oil Burners provide 

rapid and economical cooking service. 

Simple to light, operate and extinguish. 

Open the Kerogas Duplex Heater by raising the 
top and lowering the front door— and the cooking 
grate over the burners is exposed, thus providing 
the additional service of a fast cooking, depend- 
able oil stove. 

The two powerful, giant wickless burners pro- 
vide a clean, intense blue flame that does cooking 
in quickest time. 

The top, when raised, serves as a splash back 
and the upper front door drops to a horizontal 
position. 

The heavy, one-piece iron grate readily accom- 
modates several utensils. A lower drop door gives 
quick, convenient access to the burners. 

By serving the dual purpose of both a heater 
and cooker, the Kerogas Duplex Heater is doubly 
useful. Its operation is simple, certain and de- 
pendable. Uses ordinary kerosene oil — the most 
economical fuel. 



I- 



Leg Leveler 



One is attached to each leg. Per- 
mits easy leveling. Screwed up or 
down to lower or raise any corner 
of the Duplex Heater to level. 




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OIL HEATERS 

BON AMI 



Decided improvements in construction make Bon Ami Oil 
Heaters the outstanding heaters of this type today. 

Notice the tray that is permanently attached to the legs; 
see the evergrip, gravity catch that makes for positive opera- 
tion; note, too, the many betterments in the one-piece brass 
burner, which insures unequalled service, fuel economy and 
years of satisfying use. 

One-piece Genuine Brass Burner — Every Bon Ami Oil Heater 
Is equipped with a one-piece, genuine solid brass burner — 
Double Hot Blast type. It is patented. It is rust-proof, mean- 
ing perfect operation at all times. Being drawn out of one 
piece of brass, there are no seams, a safeguard against leaking. 

More Heat — You get more heat from Bon Ami Oil Heaters, 
due to perfect combustion and the burner's Double Hot Blast 

construction. 

Powerful, Clean — A perfect white heat, the hottest known, Is 
provided by the burner in these heaters. The heat is clean — 
there is no soot nor smoke. 

Construction — Bon Ami Oil Heaters are made of high grade, 
blue steel. Every part is well made, securely bolted, assuring 
rigid construction throiighout. 

Another point in these heaters is the new, scientifically con- 
structed catch. It operates on the gravity principle, always 
catching the base no matter how slowly the top is lowered. 
It is a "Safety First" feature that has the approval of the 
National Board of Fire Underwriters. 

Bon Ami Oil Heaters also are equipped with a tray between 
the legs, which is a sanitary feature. This tray is permanently 
fastened and will not drop off when the heater is carried. It is 
a safeguard against soiling floors and legs. 




Blue steel body with black japanned base, center ring, top 
and feet. Capacity of Leaded Steel Fount, 3 quarts. No 
tray. 

No. 118X 

Size of wick, inches 9 

Height. Inches 24 

Shipping weight, pounds 21 

Each $8.50 




Blue Steel Body, 
center ring, 
Black Tray. 



Black Japanned 
top and feet 



No. 30K 

Size of wick, inches 12 

Capacity of Fount, qts. . . . 4 

Height, inches 24 

Shipping weight, lbs 22 

Each S10.80 



Blue Steel Body with Black Jap- 
anned Base. Nickel Center Ring, 
Top and Feet. Black Tray. 
No. 75K 

Size of wick, inches 15 

Capacity of Fount, quarts 5 

Height, inches 26 

Shipping wt., lbs 25 

Each $14.30 




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The C bleman QsiB ^ tove 



The most complete Camp Stove made ... A fine general utility stove for 
use in cabins, summer kitchens, small apartments and light housekeeping 
rooms. Lights instantly . . . no preheating . . .. cooks like gas. Equipped with 
"Everdur" Fuel Tank made of a patented metal which combines the strength 
of steel and the durability of copper; will never corrode or rust. Electrically 
welded seams. Has built-in pump; hand-operated filler plug. 

Folding built-in oven also can be used as drum-heater and warming 
cabinet. Long-life wind -proof cast iron burners; one-piece steel wire hinged 
grate. Long-life alloy generator resists carbon formation; has combination 
regulating valve and gas -tip cleaner. Stove folds up like a suit case, with 
everything inside. Strongly constructed of 24 -gauge steel. Body handsomely 
finished in maroon-brown baked enamel; tank in bronze lacquer; nickel plated 
steel legs ... a beautiful combination. 

Model No. 2F — Shipping weight, 20 lbs. Each $12.45 





A popular new low-priced model with genuine Coleman 
quality and Coleman operating efficiency. Supplies the demand 
for a compact serviceable stove at low cost. It is designed and 
built especially for use on picnics, week-end outings, short vaca- 
tion trips. A sturdy stove for use on camping tours. 

Has the new "Everdur" Metal Fuel Tank Avhich is rust and 
corrosion-proof. Tank may be removed without disturbing 
utensils on cooking surface. Windshield protects flame. In- 
stant lighting. Body finished in maroon-brown baked enamel; 
tank in bronze lacquer. 

Model No. 6F — Shipping weight, 12 lbs. Each $5.95 



COLEMAN N<». 10 HIGH STAND 
FOR ALL CAMP STOVES 

Fits all Coleman models and prac- 
tically all other camp stoves. All 
steel construction. Folds compactly 
to size 2V2x2x26Vij inches. When set 
up, all folding joints lock automatic- 
ally, making a rigid high stand of 
proper cooking height. A high stand 
should be sold with every camp stove. 
Finished in attractive maroon-brown 
enamel. 

Coleman No. 10 — Shipping weight, 8 
lbs. Each $1.90 




Packed one in a carton, 
extra only as ordered. 



Shipped 




This strongly built, thoroughly reliable, popular priced camp 
stove is a favorite with sportsmen and tourists everywhere. 
Has all the superior Coleman features of Model No. 2F except 
that it has no oven, but is equipped with windshield. Has 
''Everdur" Metal Fuel Tank which will never rust or corrode, 
finished in bronze. Lights instantly, cooks like gas. 

Model No. 9F has body finished in maroon-brown baked 
enamel; tank in bronze lacquer; nickel plate legs. Folds up 
like a suit case. 

Model No. 9F — Shipping weight, 17 lbs. Each $9.45 



COLEMAN JUNIOR LANTERN 
MODEL No. 242 

Single mantle type. Lights instantly 
and produces up to 150 candlepower 
brilliance. A favorite with sportsmen, 
tourists, campers. Fuel capacity 1% 
pints . . . enough for 7 to 9 hours' service. 
Equipped with built-in pump, hand- 
operated filler plug, Pyrex glass globe. 
Porcelain enameled ventilator top; nickel 
plated brass fount. 

Model No. 242 — Height IIV^ inches; ship- 
ping weight 4 lbs. Each $5.95 

Packed one in carton complete with 
globe and mantle. 




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PARTS FOR COLEMAN CAMP STOVES 




407-65J 



Zl6-509r^6.532 N2 16-538 



407-618 407-660 



PARTS FOR MODELS 2F AND 9F 

Parts No. Name of Part Net Retail Price 

USB 136— Filler Plug Gasket 2 for $ .06 

216 - 509— Pump Leather 2 for .09 

216-520 — Pump Plunger Complete (Less Air Stem ) . .60 

216 - 532— Air Stem .15 

216 - 538— Check Valve .15 

105 - 239— Gas Tip & Holder (Gas Tip Marked "B") 15 

405 - 365— Burner Cap (2-Piece, Bolt & Nut) 30 

107 - 165— Tank Complete 4.50 

407 - 170— Fuel Tube (5%" long) 60 

407A 256— Generator Regulating Stem Complete .45 

407 - 262— Generator (Gas Tip Marked "B") 1.20 

407 - 326— Burner Manifold 1.80 

407 - 357 — Auxiliary Burner Valve Stem Complete. ..... .75 

407 - 370— Burner Complete 3.00 

407 - 618— Fuel Tip (Marked "AE") 06 

407 - 644— Fuel Tip Protector & Screen .15 

407 - 660— Fuel Valve Complete 1.50 

410 - 322— Mixing Chamber Shield .15 

471 - 238— Cleaning Needle & Holder . .2 for .09 

479 - 140— Filler Plug Complete 48 



[41 2.322] 




40M641 1412-165! 1412.655] 1412-2531 i 412.520l 



PARTS FOR MODEL 6F 

Paits No. Name of Part Net Retail Price 

104 - 136— Filler Plug Gasket 2 for $ .06 

223 - 538— Check Valve 30 

412 - 353— Tip Cleaner Stem Complete 30 

242 - 518— Pump Leather Assembly 15 

316 - 317— Gasket 03 

401 - 164— Filler Plug Complete 36 

412 - 165— Tank Complete (with Fittings) 

(Less Valve & Generator) 3.60 

412 - 207— Valve Body .45 

412 - 212— Generator Tube 36 

412 - 219— Generator Filler Coil 09 

412 - 218— Gas Tip (Marked "AK") .12 

412 - 251— Cleaner Rod & Needle 24 

412 - 253— Valve Stem (Less Cleaning Needle) . .3jS 

412 - 262— Generator Complete (with Cleaning 

Needle) (Gas Tip Marked "AK") 75 

412 - 322— Burner Mixing Chamber 45 

412 - 326— Burner Manifold (Casting Only) 75 

412 - 355— Auxiliary Valve Complete .36 

412 - 365 — Burner Cap Complete 24 

412 - 520— Pump Plunger Complete 45 

412 - 640t— Eccentric Block & Needle 09 

412 - 646— Fuel & Air Tubes with Fuel Tip 

(Marked "O") 24 

412 - 655— Instant Lighting Valve Complete 

(Less Generator & Valve Stem) 75 




"No. 630" 
FILLING SIPHON 

Has nickel plated 
brass barrel and 34- 
inch hose with wire 
strainer. Packed one 
in a carton. Shipping 
Weight, 5 ounces. 



U. S. Retail 
Price, each 



$ .60 



PARTS FOR MODEL No. 242 JUNIOR INSTANT LITE LANTERN 



Parts No. Name of Part Net Retail Price 

T33— Generator Cleaning Needle (242-238) 9 .15 

T66— Generator (Gas Tip Marked "6") (242-299).. .35 

242— Pyrex Glass Globe 80 

117 - 144 — Tip Protector & Screen 15 

223 - 538~Pump Check Valve 30 

242 - 118— Fuel Tip (Marked "5") 06 

242 - 140— Filler Plug Complete. 30 

242-148— Fuel & Air Wire Complete 

(Fuel Tip Marked "5") .30 

242 - 165— Fount Complete 3.00 

242 - 218— Gas Tip (Marked "6") 06 

242 - 304 — Tip Cleaner Eccentric Block 06 

242 - 323— Burner Cap & Screen 30 

242 - 324 — Burner Tube 15 

242 - 353— Tip Cleaner Stem Complete 30 

242 - 370— Frame & Burner Complete. 1.50 

242 - 423— Bail 15 

242 - 485— Ventilator - 75 

242 - 489— Globe Base Rest 15 

242 - 518— Pump Leather Assembly 15 

242 - 520— Pump Plunger Complete 45 

242 - 603— Frame to Valve Connecting Stud Q6 

242 - 607— Valve Body 60 

242 - 620— Valve Stem Packing (Ambler) 03 

242 - 653— Valve Stem Complete .SO 

603 - 136— Filler Plug Gasket 2 for .06 

605 - 210— Jamb Nut 03 




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OIL BURNER UNITS 
SILENT SIOUX 




High Flame 





Low Flanw 



Medium Flame 



This type of burner is admirably adapted for room heater as well as small warm air furnace work. They can also be 
used in water heaters, ranges, incinerators, and other similar applications. The WR and CR units burn with a transparent flame. 

The oil is vaporized in a pool in the bottom of burner, thus forming a relatively cool vapor. This vapor rises and is mixed 
on its way up by a very restricted amount of air admitted through small perforations in the sidewall. When sufficient air has 
been mixed with the vapor, combustion takes place. At no time does the oil burn right off the bottom of burner. As the air is 
admitted through very small perforates, the air velocity, and therefore the flame velocity, is very low and results in a very quiet 
flame. 

Color of Flame — On anything but the low fire the unit operates with a clean orange and yellow flame. 

Kind of Fuel — This unit requires water clear No. 1 Furnace Oil or distillate or kerosene. Dut to high efficiency, they 
are very economical in their operation. 

Efficiency — On actual test these units show an efficiency of over 75 per cent. This is above the average burner unit. 

Construction — The top ring and bottom are made of cast iron. The perforated side wall is made of rust and heat resist- 
ing sheet steel. The casing around the burner is made of rust resisting Armco. The entire unit is electrically welded. 

Special Silent Sioux Features — These units come equipped with a removable feature that allows the removal of the entire 
unit by simply loosening the oil feed line below the burner and by giving the burner assembly a twist to the right or left. 
This is a very valuable feature. 

Another exclusive feature of the Silent Sioux unit is the second secondary air inlet. This prevents the flame from im- 
pinging on the top ring of burner, thereby preventing carbon formation and excessive heating of this ring, which would ordin- 
arily reduce the life of the burner. Furthermore, this feature gives each unit about double the range in capacity of the ordin- 
ary burner. 



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OIL BURNING ROOM HEATER 
SILENT SIOUX 
Model "F" Room or Garage Heater 



I 




CORRECTLY DESIGNED— SCIENTIFICALLY BUILT . " 

BURNS 38-40 DISTILLATE OR FURNACE OIL > 

This is the lowest price oil burning room heater of this capacity on the market It is a denenriablP prnr>omiP«i ««*? 

MODEL F SPECIFICATIONS 

Height, inches 

Diameter of drum, inches ?^ 

Weight (crated) pounds * i 

Material, gauge steel ^^ 

Fuel, distillate ][[[ * 20 

Heating capacity, BTU an hour ,...[.'.'. nSl^nn 

Heating capacity, cubic feet q ;Sm 

Oil consumption in 24 hours „^ , ^'T? 

Stack size, inches '.'.['.'.'"" "^ *o 5.5 gals. 

Fuel tank capacity, gallons *.........***.'.'.' ' " ^ 

Draft required ■ 2 

Model F Room Heater— Each .'.'..*.* *oq en 

For Tank Control (shipped from factory only) add. ' . " ^jq qq 



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OIL BURNING ROOM HEATER 

SILENT SIOUX 

MODEL "D" ROOM HEATER 



X- 




CORRECTLY DESIGNED-i^^CIENTIFICALLY BUILT BURNS 3g-40 DISTILLATE OR FURNACE OIL 

A room heater with the Silent Sioux Type C Burner incorporated that meets the universal requirements in economical 
convement and modern heat in the non-modern home, office, or business house. This burner operates with a yellow and orange 
flame on medium or high and is constructed with a cast iron bottom, without wicks or any moving narts It is fool-nroof and 
simple. Nothing can get out of order. » ^ • ^ v^^^a ai^vi 

The heater is constructed of 20-gauge Armco heat and rust resisting iron, finished in black, and makes a very attractive 
and neat installation m any home or business within its capacity. This room heater assures clean and healthful heat at all 

A draft regulator is furnished to obtain the best results. This heater can be furnished with a constant level control fitted 
with connection for 1/4 -inch copper tubing for outside fuel tank, or with two removable fuel tanks attached to back of heater 

MODEL D SPECIFICATIONS 

Height, inches a^ 

Diameter of drum, inches ........,,.....[. 131/ 

Weight (crated) pounds .............[...[.[. 05 

Material, gauge steel ................[ 20 

Fuel, distillate ....,,,..,.....,/. 38-40 

Heating capacity, BTU an hour .../.. ' 40 qoo 

Heating capacity, cubic feet ' 4 qqq l^ = qqq 

Oil consumption in 24 hours . . * ' * 1 v +„ 1 ' „i„ 

Stack size, inches ....'.['/////.['.'/.'.','.', ' 1 /2 to 12 gals. 

Fuel tank capacity (combined 2 tanks) , gallons ' * * 4 

Draft required, inches * _ ' qc 

Model D Room Heater — Each . . [. $59 qq 

For Tank Control (shipped from factory only) add !']!.*!!.]].!!][.].........,..,'.* 10 00 

Unless otherwise specified, heater will be shipped with attached tanks and a draft re^ilator aUached to a taper stove nine 
connection for 6 -inch stack. ^ *^ 



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HOT-BLAST OIL-BURNING SUPER-FURNACE 

COLONEL WASHINGTON 





Bums 38-40 distillate or Furnace Oil. Two-Tone Maple Trim on Burl Walnut, 
capacity. Correctly designed with extra large radiation surface. 



Scientifically built for double heat 



" 



Nos. 




257 


235 


213 


Height of Cabinet, inches 




44 
25 


38 


42 


Width of Cabinet, inches 


21 


22 


Depth of Cabinet, inches 




19 


16 


22 


Floor space with oil res., ins. 


" 


25x29 ' . [ ' " 


21x27 ../['.. 


18x25 


Distance from floor to center 










of Pipe Collar, ins. 




35 


30 


• 33 


Pipe Collar, ins. 




6 


6 


6 


Rating, BTU per hour 




70,000 BTU 


50,000 BTU 


30,000 BTU 


Ap. hourly Oil Con., Max. 




4 Pints 


3 Pints 


2 Pints 






5 to 7 Rooms 


3 to 5 Rooms 


1 to 3 Rooms 


Residence Heating 


5,000 


-7,000 Cubic Feet 


3,000-5,000 Cubic Feet 


1,000-3,000 Cubic Feet 


One Large Room, Exposed 


7,500- 


-10,500 Cubic Feet 


4,500-7,500 Cubic Feet 


1,500-4,500 Cubic Feet 


One Large Room, Unexposed 


12,000 


-16,800 Cubic Feet 


7,200-12,000 Cubic Feet 


2,000-6,000 Cubic Feet 


Shipping weight crated, lbs. 


. 


300 


250 


225 


Each 




$139.00 


$115.00 


$85.00 



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HOT-BLAST OIL-BURNING SUPER-FURNACE 
COLONEL WASHINGTON 



Scientifically Built for Double-Heat Capacity 

The inner heating units are built with extra large heating 
surface so that they are vastly superior in capacity. This con- 
struction insures two or three times the radiation area of the 
ordinary heater of the same size. The increased radiation area 
gives increased heating capacity. Each model is equipped with 
three large four-inch straight-line air ducts to provide the 
greatest amount of rubbing surface to extract the heat. These 
give instantaneous heat. There is no coal to carry, no ashes 
to take out, no kindling to provide and no dirt in the house. 
They save money, give controlled heat, and save time, and 
cleaning of rugs, curtains and draperies. The only attention 
required is filling of the oil reservoir once daily. 

Double-Length Air Tubes 

The air tubes are double length, extending all the way from 
the bottom to the top of the hfeating unit, thus providing a 
longer air travel. They extend down behind the flame where 
they receive a direct intense radiated heat. The straight line 
air ducts insure more rapid circulation of warm, moist air 
throughout the house. The main top of the heating unit, and 
the main bottom of the heating unit are constructed of cast- 
iron to insure rigidity, and to insure long and satisfactory heat- 
ing service combined with efficient and economical operation. 
The air tubes and the main body of the heating unit are con- 
structed of extra heavy, rust-resisting, copper-bearing steel 
for lifetime service. There is no installation expense These 
furnaces come complete, ready to install, and all that it is 
necessary to do is to have the furnace set up and connected to 
the chimney flue. They are absolutely safe, the burner cannot 
be flooded and they are equipped with every positive safety 
device. 



Burl- Walnut Cabinets, Two -Tone Maple Trim 

Unusual beauty of design has been obtained by the use of 
a beautiful two-tone flnish in burl-walnut with maple trim. 
The cabinets are patterned after modern furniture with attrac- 
tive curved top and with console base attractively underbraced. 

Automatic Room Temperature Control 

An automatic room temperature control can be furnished 
at slight additional charge, when so ordered. This device will 
save its cost in fuel in a remarkably short time. It plugs into 
any convenient light socket and is entirely automatic in oper- 
ation. This temperature control automatically increases the 
flow of oil to the burner, thereby increasing the flre when the 
room temperature drops below seventy degrees. It automatic- 
ally turns the oil down to a slow flow and reduces the fire to 
the low flame when the room temperature rises above the point. 

Draft Control 

Each furnace is equipped with a Draft Regulator which in- 
sures correct draft control, a necessary feature with all oil- 
burning furnaces. This accessory must be located in the stove 
pipe at least one joint beyond the pipe collar. 

Constant-Level Oil-Control Valve 

These furnaces are equipped with a patented constant-level 
oil-control valve into which is built a metering valve for proper 
control of the flow of oil to the burner. The constant level 
valve insures a proper level of oil in the burner for perfect com- 
bustion. The metering valve permits control of the fire at any 
point desired from the lowest to the highest flame. This con- 
stant level valve has been approved by Underwriters' Labora- 
tories. 



OIL SUPPLY 

These furnaces are regularly equipped with a seven-gallon oil 
supply tank built on to the back of the cabinet. They can be 
furnished without this oil reservoir arranged for an outside oil 
supply tank of larger capacity such as fifty-gallon drum which 
can be connected by means of a pipe from outside the house 
underneath the floor to the constant level valve on the back 
of the furnace. Wlien such a tank is used, it must be located 
so the minimum oil level is above the constant level valve on 
the circulating heater in order that the oil will flow by gravity 
from the supply tank outside the house to the constant level 
valve on the furnace. These tanks must also be located so 
that the maximum oil level is not more than ten feet above 
the constant level valve. These furnaces are designed for use 
with No. 1 furnace oil or with clear or light straw colored 38/40 
distillate. Kerosene may be used fuel, with excellent results. 



BURNER 

The patented burner used in these circulating heaters will 
operate at Jew flame. The metering valve which regulates 
the flow of oil from the supply tank to the burner is graduated 
in ten divisions. The low flame is obtained with the metering 
valve opened to a point between positions 2 and 5 on the dial. 
From points 6 to 9 on ths dial, the medium flames is obtained. 
The high flame is obtainable with the metering valve above 
point 9 on the dial to the full open position. Always remember 
that a kerosene lamp 'burns with a clear bright flame if the 
wick is not turned down below a certain low point or if the 
wick is not turned up beyond a certain high point. These fur- 
naces operate in exactly the same way excepting that they have 
no wicks whatsoever. The burners are constructed with a 
cast-iron bottom without any wicks or without any moving 
parts. They are fool-proof and simple, and there is nothing 
to get out of order. They operate best between certain low and 
high points. To find the lowest point for most efficient oper- 
ation, turn the metering valve down one number at a time 
with an interval of from five to ten minutes between each 
adjustment until the flame burns just above the bottom of the 
burner with a blue tinge and without smoke. This is the low- 
est point for efficient operation and will occur at setting be- 
tween point 2 and point 5 on the dial of the metering valve. 
To find the highest flame point, without smoking, turn the 
metering valve up in the same manner one step at a time until 
the flame rises to the top of the stove and start smoking. These 
valves are adjusted before leaving the factory so that the wide- 
open position is this point, but under certain conditions they 
will vary somewhat and the maximum operating position may 
be somewhere between point 9 on the dial through point 10 to 
1, 2, or 3 points past point 10 on the dial. In determining this 
highest point, open the valve until the flame starts smoking 
and turn it down 1 or 2 points to a high yellow flame when no 
smoke is observed. The high and the low points for most effi- 
cient operation should be determined by the owner of the 
heater after it is installed and the metering valve should then 
be used only to control the flame between the high and low 
points and the shut-off valve should then be used for turning 
the burner off. 



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FURNACE BURNER 

SILENT SIOUX 

JUNIOR 



The Junior furnace burner is an ideal burner for all small and medium sized homes (5 to 7 rooms) where a good chim- 
ney draft is available. Its unusual quiet operation makes it especially suited for warm air furnaces of every type. It will work 
equally well in warm air furnaces and hot water heating systems. It is not intended for vapor and steam heating systems. 



LOW COST INSTALLATION 

This burner is priced low especially so that all small homes may enjoy the convenience and comforts of oil heat. Do 
not think that, because of its low cost, you will not obtain the same high efficiencies obtained In higher priced units. Burner as 
shipped includes burner complete with constant level control. Thermostatic equipment can be furnished at slight additional cost. 
The only additional materials necessary to complete the installation is the oil tank with piping, a few ordinary house brick and 
a little plaster. Any ordinary mechanic can make the installation. 



QUIET IN OPERATION 

The burner is unusually quiet in operation. There is no combustion noise of any kind; in fact, it is as quiet as coal, 

OPERATION MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC 

This burner is regularly equipped with a constant level control for hand operation. It can also be furnished with room 
thermostat to operate automatically at a slight additional cost. Where poor draft is encountered a blower attachment can also 
be furnished. 

BURNER UNIT 

The burner unit is the same Type C unit we have furnished in the past to other heater manufacturers, and thousands of 
them are in use all over the country. They are quiet as coal and very simple in construction. There are no wicks, nothing to 
burn out, nothing to fill up with soot. The unit is easily removed. 



SPECIFICATIONS 

Burner unit Type C ' 

Overall height I414 inches 

Diameter of drum iiy^ inches 

Weight crated 35 lbs. 

Material of drum 20 gauge steel 

Fuel recommended 38-40 clear distillate 

Oil Consumption per 24 hours 2.5 to 12 gallons 

Rating BTU per hour (100%) 73,000 BTU 

Draft required , ..07 inches 

With Manual Control — Each *59 go 

rJrWith Electrical Thermostatic Control — Each 110.00 



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FURNACE BURNER 
SILENT SIOUX 






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Equally suitable for warm air and hot water installations. Ideal for all 5 to 7 room homes. Burns 38-40 distillate or fur- 
lace oil. Natural draft manual or automatic thermostatic controlled. 



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automatic BLBCTRfC Oil Burner 



INSTALL AS YOU WOULD AN ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR, A GAS RANGE OR A RADIO. 

MATTER OF MINUTES AT A REVOLUTIONARY PRICE. 



Summerheat is entirely quiet In Its operation — it Is an electric 
power burner but without pump pressure or complicated valves 
and diaphrams and therefore is good for years of service due to 
minimum wear. The flame is actually filtered through a spec- 
ial Silicon Steel oil-cooled screen which clears the flame to a 
sun-like brilliance and causes the oil vo burn outside the flame 
projector and in complete suspension in the heating system. 
This exclusive new principle of oil flame filtering brings to 
"Summerheat" the unquestioned leadership in Modern domes- 
tic Oil Burner design. Full aluminum construction. 

You do not dismantle the heating system to install Sum- 
merheat — no bricks nor cement are used. The grates are left 
in and the regular coal system is undisturbed. With Summer- 
heat you have two separate heating systems. 

The exclusive Summerheat flame control produces intensified 
heat the same as the cold control dial produces intensified cold 
in the modern refrigerator. 



SIMPLY PLUG IT IN. A 





Showing the portable permanent Summerheat Burner Attach- 
ed to the furnace. 

Full capacity power burner. Air muffled with whispering 
flame. Made in one size and 2 models with capacity range from 
1 pint up to 4 gallons per hour. New filtered flame is deflected 
30" downward taking full advantage of all heating surfaces. 
Low pressure air atomization. Ball bearing motor and fan 
unit. (Variable speed automatic— Full floated spring supported— 
felt sealed.) Radio silencer. Approved by Underwriters' for 
use with Nos. 1 and 2 furnace oils. WE SUGGEST DISTIL- 
LATE OR (No. 2) GAS OIL, FOR MOST SATISFACTORY 
OPERATION Thermostatic safety control built integral. 
No outside equipment except thermostat. Burner operates 
on any 110-volt circuit, A. C. or D. C. Average current con- 
sumption approximately 100 watts. Mounts through feed door. 
Heating plant undisturbed. (No brack or refractory used.) 
Leaves coal heating system for use as a garbage incinerator and 
rubbish burning. Adds second complete and independent heat- 
ing system to premises— thus relieving dealer of obligation to 
service immediately in case of burner failure during severe 
weather. One size fits all types and sizes of home heating 
plants — Warm air — Steam — Water — Vapor. Burner furnished 
Showing typical Installation of the Summerheat Portable oil complete with room thermostat. Furnished in high-low auto- 
Burnlng System. ma tic models. 

Model ME — Approved incandescent Hot-wire 110 volts A.C. or D.C. electric ignition for initial starting — Completely automatic 

high-low thereafter. Weight each 155 pounds. Each , $325.00 

Model MM— Equipped with manual ignition for the initial starting. Completely automatic high-low thereafter. Weight each 

155 pounds. Each $295.00 

Portable Model for use as a Demonstrator — Equipped with two 5 gallon bottle oil containers. A complete oil burning system in 

one unit. Weight each, 230 pounds. Each $395.00 

Secondary or Limit Control— Necessary on Steam— Vapor or Hot water boilers. Optional on warm air furnaces. Specify type 
wanted when ordering. Furnished with cord and plug same as the portable room thermostat. Simply plug into receptacle on 
burner. No SDeclal wlrinar. Each , 120.00 



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OIL BURNERS 
SUMMERHEAT 



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A FREE DEMONSTRATION IN YOUR 

PROSPECTS OWN HEATING PLANT 

IN FIVE MINUTES 

NO FURNACE ALTERATIONS 




This is the portable demonstrating unit with which the deal- 
er makes free home demonstrations. 

It will pay for itself many times in additional sales. A 
complete portable oil burning system in one handsome alum- 
inum unit. Oil storage capacity sufficient for up to 72 hours 
operation depending on individual heating requirements. May 
be used as permanent DeLuxe installation by attaching suitable 
storage tank. Furnished with Model ME burner unit including 
portable thermostat and complete plug in wiring system. 



PORTABLE THERMOSTAT 




The exclusive Summerheat Portable Thermostat-sensitive to 
1 degree temperature change — provides the accuracy of auto- 
matic control for which the Summerheat Oil Burner is famous. 
Simply plug it in. Not necessary to deface walls to Install. Com- 
pletely portable. 



A LIFETIME INVESTMENT 
5- YEAR REHABILITATION BOND 



SUMMERHEAT AUTOMATIC OIL BURNER 

(NtW lMf*ROVt.J> KtKIKS) 

Five Year Rekabilitation Bond 

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itfrttjrtia dtftcti ef mattrtat trunrkmanfJiiji, and is st guaramctd far am 
ytar/r0mdatt»/iaU,ami/ur»i>tr,vt\ii{vn t^vc yt-an from date ofia'le.«/i«« 
dtmanJ, and *u dtli-utry F. 0. B. itifacuty, TJ.t Sumiatrlnat Ctrptration 
»fAmtrica, agrtts t» tAerwgAfy rtiuM fr<-p/ace a// -^grn ar iur/icd parts, 
fvtrhaul and plait in ttnditian luisraitsiaUy esgetdas ntii/f»r al/praaica/ 
purpaitt) anddilivtr t» i/it twntr, F. 0. D..fa(tbry,eny madtl af tin (ilea, 
imprsvtd stritt) Summtrhtat mpau pajmtm a/Sj^MO/tr maddi 'V and 
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Rehabilitation cost on the new portable units Models ME and 
MM $25.00 (see bond guarantee.) 

Summerheat is designed to mount through the feed door with- 
out furnace alterations and is so approved by the Underwriters' 
Laboratories. 

Capacity average — equivalent to 25 tons or less of coal or coke 
for heating season under normal conditions. Average cost of 
operation with oil costing 8 cents per gallon comparable to heat- 
ing with coal or coke at $10.00 per ton. 

The Heating System is not disturbed, thus permitting Gar- 
bage Incineration or the burning of coal or wood at any time. 
It Is equally efficient for Warm Air— Steam— Hot Water or 
Vapor. 

Summerheat pioneered feed-door application and after ex- 
haustive tests the Underwriters' Laboratories approved the 
Summerheat burner as a Garbage Incinerator also, and om 
principle of incineration is now recognized by authorities as the 
most scientific — since it burns the vapors rising from the refuse 
during the process of dehydration — thus eliminating all odor 
and taking full effect of the fuel content of the garbage which 
when added up through a heating season for the average house- 
hold, is a substantial Item, This added convenience and health 
safe-guard is another exclusive Summerheat feature. (Thus 
Summerheat buyers get modern incineration at no extra cost.) 



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FUEL-SAVER, HUMIDIFIER AND AIR WASHER 

THE RIDLER 

Below we show a typical installation in the basement 



HEATED «. 





The RIDLER FUEL SAVER. HUMIDIFIER AND AIR WASHER automatically makes use of the waste heat in your heater 
and properly conditions the air m your home into warm, moist air that is washed and circulated throughout the home. By 
utilizing this waste heat your heater consumes lebs fuel as the heating efiiciency of your furnace is materially increased at no 
extra expense. There is no stagnant water when you install the RIDLER, but always a fresh supply of clean water. The 
RIDLER is particularly adaptable to oil burners and gas fire heaters. In summer without any change in connections this unit 
washes, cools, and circulates the air in your home. 

CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS 



No. of 
Unit 


Approx. Approx. 
Size Bldg. Gals. Water 

Max. Cu. Unit Will 
Cont. for50% Evap. 
Humidity Per Day 


Diameter 

Warm 
Air & Cold 

Air Pipes 

Inches 


Dla. 

Smoke 

Pipe Con. 

Inches 


Size City 
Water 
Supply 
Inches 


Size 
Drain 

Pipe 
Inches 


Length 
Over all 
in Ins. 
Outside 
of Casing 


Width Height 
Over-all Overall in Price 
in Ins. Ins. from Complete 
Outside Floor to Top with Casing 
of Casing of Casing and Grilles 


1 


10,000 


10 


8 


8-9-10 


V4 


% 


22 


17 70 $147.00 


2 


20,000 


20 


9 


9-10-12 


^4 


% 


26 


21 74 180.00 


3 


30.000 


30 


10 


10-12 


V4 


% 


30 


25 78 225.00 



Larger size units can be furnished on which prices will be quoted on request. 

Above units can be furnished with fan, when desiring to distribute the humidity and heat to various parts of building 
such as anartment buildings and office buildings, prices will be quoted on units of this type on request. 



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FUEL-SAVER, HUMIDIFIER AN D AJR WASHER 

THE RIDLER 

The RIDLER FUEL-SAVER, HUMIDIFIER AND AIR WASHER should be Installed In every home. The saving It af- 
fects your fuel bill will more than pay for It in a few seasons. 




Wasted heat that normally passes up the chimney enters the fuel saver through the Heat intake pipe, shown at the 
right of the picture. This wasted heat enters the Heat chamber and circles to the bottom and around the Copper bearing steeJ 
heater. Baffle plate causes even distribution of heat. Following the course of the red arrows. It passes out at the left through 
the Outlet pipe and up the chimney. A Water supply pipe connected to your regular city water supply runs into the Fuel saver 
at the right and turns downward inside of the Copper bearing steel heater. On the end of this water pipe is a spray nozzle 
ft^hich throws a fine spray of water downward through the inside of the hot Copper bearing steel heater. This forces the air 
downward through the Inside of the Copper bearing steel heatej . At this point the air is washed and saturated with moisture. 
This humidified, warm air rises from the bottom of the healer, and following the course of the white arrows, it rises along 
the entire outside heated surface of the heater and passes out the Moist air outlet at the top and is circulated throughout every 
room in the house, heated, washed, and properly humidified. 

As the air passes through the water spray the dirt is washed out and carried to the sewer through the Drain pipe, as chown 
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. AUTOMATIC HUMIDIFIER AND AIR WASHER 

THE RIDLER 

The RIDLER AUTOMATIC HUMIDIFIER AND AIR WASHER serves a two-fold purpose. It combines the utmost In 
air conditioning efficiency with beauty and grace in appearance. It becomes a part of the decorative scheme of any room. 




The RIDLER can be installed on the tioov, in the floor. In the wall or in the basement. Beautiful in design, with a wide 
choice of colors to select from ... it becomes a part of the decorative scheme of any room. m 

The Ridler Automatic Humidifier and Air Washer also finds its place in churches, clubs, hotels, offices, schools, factories 
and industrial plants. They have proven highly satisfactory after months of steady operation and have promoted better work- 
ing conditions at a saving in fuel. 

The RIDLER is adaptable to all types and styles of homes and is easily installed anywhere. ' " • 



CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS 



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No. of 
Unit 


Approximate Size 

Building Maximum 

Cu. Cont. for 50% 

Humidity 

Steam Vapor Water 


Approximate Gallons 

Water Unit Will 

Evaporate Per 

Day 

Steam Vapor Water 


Height 
Approx. Overall 
Capacity in Ins. 
in Sq. Ft from floor 
Radiation to top of 
for Heat'g Cabinet 


Width 
Overall 
in Ins. 
outside of 

Cabinet 


Lgth, 
Overall 
in Ins. 
outside of 
Cabinet 


Size Supply 
and Retu'rn 
pipe 
Con. 


i 

List 
Price 




1 


25,000 20,000 15,000 


25 20 15 


30 28 


12 


21^ 


% 


$147.00 




2 


30,000 25,000 20,000 


30 25 20 


40 31 


12 


21^ 


% 


180.00 



Larger size units can be furnished which will evaporate up to 15 gallons of water per hour. Prices quoted on request 
Special cabinets, and special finishes can be furnished, on which prices will be quoted upon request. 

When unit is wanted for installation in basement to hang under floor, purchaser must specify whether grilles are wanted 
for use in floor or in side wall. Prices of basement units are the same as above. 

Always specify when ordering whether unit Is to be used on one pipe steam, two pipe steam or hot water system. Humldl- 
guide for determining amount of hmnidity in room can be furnished at $10.00 each. 



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TANK HEATERS 
ARCTIC OIL BURNING 

(WELDED SUBMERGED TYPE) 



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Bums Any Kind of Fuel — Kerosene, Crude Oil, Fuel Oil, or Distillate, Wood, Chips, Straw, Corn Cobs, Coai. 

The Hudson Arctic Oil Burning Tank Heater is easily installed, very convenient and safe to operate. 

Convenient — To start the heater, simply open the hinged door on the burner; light the torch supplied with the heater: 
place it at the base of the burner; open the regulating valve; the oil will ignite and the heater is ready for continuous operation. 
The burner is conveniently placed in the same position as the grate in a coal burning tank heater. The burner can be easily re- 
moved from the heater and coal grates inserted without the use of tools. This exclusive feature enables the user to change 
fuel on a moment's notice. A great convenience during severe weather. The hinged door is connected to a revolving baffle plate 
on the burner which enables the operator to remove all soot and carbon without removing the burner from the heater. 

Easily Installed — This Arctic Heater is easily installed; there are no pipe fittings or connections to make. The heater Is 
anchored to a weighted platform and placed in the bottom of the water tank. A very simple operation. 

Construction — The body is made from 14 gauge blue annealed, copper bearing sheets, welded Into a single unit by a spec- 
ial process. The design is what is known as the popular "submarine type." Tests have proved that a heater completely sub- 
merged into a tank of water is more efficient because all the heat units are utilized to heat the water. Thereby, heating more 
water with less fuel. 

The Burner — The patented bowl and baffle is made from heavy grey Iron to give many years of srvice. The burner Is so 
designed that no matter in what position it may be setting, the oil is forced out equally around the entire bowl. Oil and air fed 
into burner is pre-heated, thus quickly producing a roaring white-hot flame that fills the entire heat chest. The flow of fuel Is 
controlled by a feed valve that is In plain sight and which may be adjusted to meet requirements in varying temperatures. 

A five gallon oil reservoir is attached directly to the heater so that the oil is pre-heated; this assures a uniform flow of oil 
to the burner in all kinds of weather. Heated oil burns more readily, with a hotter flame and it takes less oil to heat a given 
amount of water. The amount of fuel used varies according to the amount of water to be heated and the weather. In mild 
weather the feed valve may be adjusted to produce a low flame. When adjusted in this manner the heater will consume about 
two gallons of oil In twenty-four hours. In very cold weather in a tank of ordinary size, with a steady white-hot flame going this 
burner will consume from three to five gallons of oil in 24 hours. Great quantities of water can be heated in a short time 
with this heater. Installation and operating instructions furnished with every heater. 

Heaters furnished with three joints 5 -inch galvanized stove pipe, pipe cap, lighting torch, ash scraper and hold down lugs 
for fastening heater In tank. 

Size — 42 inches long, 12 inches wide, 25 Inches high. 

No. 11 — Arctic Tank Heater — Oil burning, complete as described above, everything packed in heater. Shipping weight, 85 lbs. 

Each $25.00 

No. 12 — Arctic Tanlc Heater — Combination coal, wood and oil burning with coal grate. Shipping weight, complete heater and 
grate, 95 pounds. Everything packed in heater except grate. Each $27.00 



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TANK HEATERS 
HUDSON OIL BURNER 



FOR INSTALLATION IN— HUDSON, KLONDIKE, FELKER. PERFECTION AND BCSBT TANK HEATERS. 
Bums — Kerosene, Distillate and Other Liirht Bodied Oils 



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The Hudson Oil Burner outfit is a complete oil burning unit designed for installation In any of the standard makes of tank 
heaters mentioned above. Thousands of these heaters that are now in use burning coal, wood and other fuels can be converted 
into a highly efficient oil burning tank heater by the addition of this unit. The heavy grey iron burner parts are mounted on a 
pressed steel frame that slips into the heater in place of the ordinary coal grate. The burner is so designed that It can be in- 
stalled in any of these heaters in a very few minutes' time. It is only necessary to slip the burner unit in place, screw in the oil 
supply pipe extensions and fittings, cut a small notch out of the corner of the tank heater cover for the pipe line to pass through, 
and mount the oil reservoir tank on a suitable platform. The heater is then ready for use. 

To start the heater, simply open the hinged door on the burner, open the valve, and permit a small quantity of oil to flow 
into the burner bowl. Dip the generating torch in this oil and light it. Place it beside the burner, and in about a minute's 
time, open the regulating valve. The oil will ignite, and the heater may be kept in continuous operation. The hinged door on the 
burner is connected to a revolving grey iron baffle plate which enables the operator to remove all soot and carbon without re- 
moving the burner from the heater. 

THE BURNER 

The patented bowl and baffle is made from heavy grey iron and will give many years of service. The burner is designed 
so that no matter in what position it may be setting, the oil is forced out and distributed equally to all sides of the bowl, produc- 
ing a wide flame. The air which is introduced in to the burner together with the oil which is fed in through the pipe adjacent 
to the underneath side of the burner preheats the oil and the air which produces a roaring, white-hot flame, filling the entire 
heat chest. The flow of oil is controlled by feed valve with convenient shut -off and regulating lever. 

The reservoir tank furnished, which is 5 gallon, may be mounted on a post, platform, or any convenient object. 

The amount of fuel varies according to the amount of water to be heated and the weather. In mild weather the feed valve 
may be adjusted to produce a low flame. When adjusted in this manner, the heater will consume about two gallons of oil In 24 
hours. Great quantities of water can be heated in a short time with this heater unit. 

Installation and operating instructions furnished with every outfit. Outfit consists of cast iron burner mounted on pressed 

steel platform with hinged cover, oil regulating valve, valve shut- off lever, pipe cap, 5 gallon oil tank and cover, and necessary fit- 
tings to connect as shown in illustration. 

No. IS^Hudson Oil Burner Outfit— Each $15.00 

Packed complete in carton. Shipping weight, each — lbs. 




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1934 - 1935 

NET PRICE LIST 



SPECIAL NOTICE 

PRICES IN THIS PRICE LiST 
ARE NOT GUARANTEED 

A large number of the prices in this price list are based 
on contracts placed many months ago. When quantities con- 
tracted for are exhausted, our prices will have to advance 
with the market. For this reason we cannot guarantee 
these prices beyond Sept. 15, 1934. When ordering after 
that date, we suggest that you indicate on your order what 
you understand the price will be. This will make it possible 
for us to inform you before shipping, in cases where there 
has been an advance. 



Applying to 

Stove and Furnace Catalog 

No. 336 
AH Prices Subt'ect to Change Without Notice 

JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



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PRICES APPLYING TO STOVE CATALOG NO. 336 



Page 9 — 
Modeme Saixico — 
All less 50% 

Page 12— 

Steel Ranges — 

Each 

No, 31-24RC $72.50 

No. 31-24SC 67.00 

No. 31-24RS 67.50 

No. 31-24SS 62.00 

Waterfront — 

Each $5.50 

F. S. 
P. O. B. Shakopee, Minn. 
Ranges may be furnished fit- 
ted with waterfronts at an 

extra charge of $4.00 

Caster Cup or foot rests — 
Per set of 4 $0.60 

Pagre 13 

Steel Ranges — Each 

No. 31-23RC $72.50 

No. 31-23SC 67.00 

No. 31-23RS 67.50 

No, 31-23SS 62.00 

Waterfront — 

Each $5.50 

P. S. 
P. O. B. Shakopee, Minn. 
Ranges may be furnished fit- 
ted with waterfronts at an 
extra charge of ....... . $4.00 

Caster Cup or foot rests — 
Per set of 4 $0.60 

Page 15 — 

Steel Ranges — 
Green and Ivory — Each 

No. 33-14RC $57.50 

No. 33-14SC 53.50 

No. 33-14RS 53.50 

No. 33-14SS 49.50 

Tan and Ivory — 

No. 33-13RC $57.50 

No. 33-13SC 53.50 

No. 33-13RS 53.50 

No. 33-13SS 49.50 

Waterfront — 

Each $5.50 

P. S, 
P. O. B. Shakopee, Minn. 
Ranges may be furnished fit- 
ted with waterfronts at an 

extra charge of $4.00 

Caster Cups or Poot rests — 
Per set of 4 $0.60 

Page 16 — 

Steel Ranges — Each 

No. 33-04RC $44.00 

No. 33-04SC 40.50 

No. 33-04RS 41.00 

No. 33-04SS 37.50 

Waterfront — 

Each $5.50 

P. S. 
P. O. B. Shakopee, Minn. 
Ranges may be furnished fit- 
ted with Waterfronts at an 

extra charge of $4.00 

Caster Cups or foot rests — 
Per set of 4 $0.60 



Page 19 — 

Peggy Washington Cast 
Range — Each 

No. 118-5SC $38.50 

No. 118-5RC 44.75 

No. 118-5SS 37.75 

No. 118-5RS 44.00 

No. 118-SC 32.50 

No. 118-RC 38.75 

No. 118-SS 31.75 

No. 118-RS 36.50 

Page 21 — 

Lady Washington Steel 
Ranges — Each 

No. 418-SC $32.50 

No. 418-RC 38.75 

No. 418-SS 31.75 

No. 418-RS 36.50 

Page 22 — 

Cast Cook Stoves — Each 

No. 819R $22.50 

No. 8-17 13.90 

No. 8-19 17.50 

No. 47-14 9.50 

No. 47-14R 13.50 

No. 47-14C 13.50 

No. 47-14RC 17.50 

Page 23— 

Ranch Stoves — Each 

No. 177 $11.50 

Ki^^hen Heaters — Each 

No. G2R $1finn 

No. W?8 16.00 

No. N28 17.50 

No. B28 10.85 

Page 24— 
Laundry Stoves — Each 

No. 28 $5.75 

No. 48 7.50 

No. RP 3.45 

No. 22BTTW 9.50 

No. 448HW 11.75 

Page 27 — 

Cirru]ating Heaters — Each 

No. 4^0 $44.50 

No. A9.9. 57.00 

No. 518 32.50 

Pa^e so- 
General Washington 

Circulatnrs — Each 

No. 729 $f?5.nn 

No. 5^7 50.no 

No. 4^6 39.00 

No. 3*^5 31 00 

No. 224 26.75 

Pas^e 32 — 

Circulating Heaters — Each 

No. LW221 $45.00 

No. B221 37.50 

No. B201 29.50 

Page 35 — 

Sunny Bov Circulator — T\^rh 

No. A118 $3R?^0 

No. B120 47.50 

No. C-122 56.00 

Page 36 — 

Circulating Heaters — Each 

No. 220 $33.00 

No. 218 26.50 



Page 38 — 
Circulating Heaters — Each 

No. 620A $29.50 

No. 238 28.50 

No. 612J 15.95 

Page 40 — 
Sunny Boy Washington — 

Each 
No. 610 $27.50 

Page 42 — 

Liberty Circulators — Each 

No. 820 $30.00 

No. 818 26.00 

Page 44 — 

Circulating Heaters — Each 

Queen Anne $66.00 

Tudor 46.75 

Page 45 — 

Circulating Heaters — Each 

Sunshine $46.75 

Brilliant 33.95 

Page 46 — 

Circulating Heaters — Each 
No. 488E $49.50 

Page 47 — 

Circulating Heaters — Each 
No. 389 $25.95 

Page 48 — 

Circulating Heaters — Each 

No. 879 $41.50 

No. 857 36.50 

No. 835 33.50 

Page 50 — 
Washington Wood Furnace — 
Each 
No. 25W $24.50 

Page 51 — 

Cannon Stoves — Each 

No. 25WC $11.25 

No. 35WC 16.50 

No. 35WCD 18.65 

No. 18 26.50 

No. 20 31.00 

No. 24 47.00 

No. 20D 36.50 

No. 24D 54.50 

Page 53 — 

School Room Heater — Each 

No. 227 .$127.50 

No. 247 135.00 

No. 277 145.00 

Page 55 — 
Heating Stoves — Each 

No. 116 $42.75 

No. 120 62.25 

No. M516 15.65 

No. M518. 17.50 

Page 56— 
Heating Stoves — Each 

No. 411P $ 5.85 

No. 413P 7.50 

No. 415P 9.45 

No. 417P 10.75 

No. 419P 12.90 

Page 57 — 

Hot Blast Stoves — Each 

No, 16E 47% 

No. 185E 47% 



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Page 58— 
Cast Wood Heaters — 

All 42% 

Combination Wood-Coal 
Heaters — 

All 58% 

Page 59 — 
Heating Stoves — Each 

No. 122WP $ 8.25 

No. 126WP 9.90 

No. 128WP 11.50 

No. 222 5.90 

No. 226 7.00 

No. 232 10.50 

No. 236 11.85 

Page 60 — 
Air Tight Heaters — Each 

No, 22V .$5.15 

No, 24V 4.40 

No. 28V 4.75 

Fish House Stoves — Each 

No. 17 $0.85 

No. 17C 98 

Special Air Tight — 
Each $1,65 

Air Tight Heaters — 
Wonder — Each 

No. 18 $1.65 

No, 20 2.00 

No. 22 2.35 

No. 24 2.75 

No. 28 3.35 

Front Drafts 50 

Rural Vehicle Heaters — Each 
No. 575 $6.90 

Page 61 — 
Heating Drums — Each 

No. 10 $5.35 

No. 11 3.50 

Drum Ovens — Each 

No. IC $3.40 

Drum Stove Castings — 

Per Set 

No. 55 $2.75 

No. 33 1.80 

Camp Stoves — Each 

No. 28 $2.50 

Salamanders — Each 

18x24 $5.00 

Covers 1.25 

Page 62 — 
Fireplace Dampers — Each 

No. B24 $4.65 

No. B30 5.10 

No. B36 5.70 

No. B42 6.45 

With Poker Control — 

No. BPC24 ..$4.95 

No. BPC30 5.40 

No. BPC36 6.00 

No. BPC42 6,75 

Ash Dumps — PerDoz. 

No. 9 $6.40 

No. 8 5.75 

Wood Baskets — Each 

No. 1584—24 inch $6.00 

27 inch 6.45 

30 inch 6.90 



Page 62 — Cont'd. 
Fire Place Grates — Each 

No. 1532—24 inch ,...$5.10 

27 inch 5.40 

30 inch 5.85 

36 inch 9.00 

No. 1575— Swedish Finish 

No. 24S $ 8.40 

No. 27S 9.30 

No. 30S 10.20 

No. 1575 — Burnt Ant. Brass 

No. 20BAB $ 7.80 

No. 24BAB 8.40 

No. 27BAB 9.30 

No. 30BAB 10.20 

Page 63 — 
Fireplace Goods — 
Andirons and Fire Sets — 

Per Pair 

No. 3636B $2.10 

Per Set 

No. 898B $3.60 

Per Pair 

No. SW3597 $4.95 

No. BAB3597 4.95 

No. SW909 $6.90 

No. BAB909 6.90 

Fire Sets — Per Set 

No. SW924 $7.35 

No. BAB924 7.35 

Per Pair 

No. SW3640 $4.95 

No. B3640 ', 4.95 

Andirons — Per Pair 

No, 587B , ....$3.90 

No, 859 4.80 

PPT P<3 IT* 

No. 3595R ...$10.65 

Per Pair 

No. SW3613 $7.65 

No, BAB3613 7.65 

Page 64 — 
Fire Sets — Per Set 

No. SW956 $7.35 

No. AB956 7.35 

Per Set 

No. SW955 $7.35 

No. AB955 7.35 

Per Set 

No. SW924 $7.35 

No. AB924 7.35 

Per Set 

No. SW3639 $5.55 

No. AB3639 .... 5.55 

Andirons — Per Pair 

No. SW3612 $5.90 

No. BAB3612 5.90 

Fireset — Per Set 

No. SW921 $4.85 

No. BAB921 4.85 

Per Set 

No. SW3641 $4.95 

No, AB3641 4.95 

Per Set 

No. SW946 .$4.50 

No. AB946 4.50 

Per Set 

No. SW945 $4.50 

No. AB945 4.50 

"Northern Lights" 
Fireplace Crystals — 

Per Doz. 

No, 2 $2.25 

No, 3 4.50 

Each 

No. SW1569 $3.15 

No. AB1569 3.15 



Page 65— 
Fireplace Screens — Each 

No, SW2490 $18.75 

No. SW2453 8.55 

No. AB2453 8.55 

No. 2453S 10.00 

No. 2453B.A.B 10.00 

Each 

No. SW2487— 

Swedish $4.80 

No. AB2487 4.80 

No. SW2488 5.25 

No. AB2488 5.25 

No. 2423BT 4.70 

No. 2426BT 4.70 

No. 13— 31-inch 3.75 

37-inch 4.35 

Page 68 — 
Cased Sectional Boilers — 
AH 50-3% 

Page 69— 

Cased Sectional Boilers — 
All 50-3% 

Page 70 — 

Sectional Steam and Water 
Boilers — F. S. 

Net prices quoted on request 

Page 72— 
Hot Blast Smokeless Boilers — 
F. S. 
Net prices quoted on request 

Page 74 — 

Round Boilers — 
F. S. 
Net prices quoted on request 

Page 77— 
Square Cased Round Boilers— 
F. S. 
Net prices quoted on request 

Page 79 — 

Super -Test Hot Water Supply 
Boilers — F. S. 
All 50% 

Pages 80-81 — 

Fan Unit Heaters — 
P ^ 
F.O.B. Chicago, 111, 
Write for prices. 

Page 82 — 

Radiators — 
All 50-3 % 

Page 83— 

Radiators — 

F. S. 
From Buffalo — 
F.O.B. Mpls. in 100-lb. lots. 
AH 50-3% 

Pages 84-86— 

Radiators — 

F. S. 
From Buffalo. 
F.O.B. Mpls. in 100-lb. lots. 
All 50-3% 

Page 87 — 

Radiators — 
AH 50-3% 



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Page 88— 
Radiator Accessories— 

From Buffalo, N. Y. F.O.B. 
Minneapolis, Minn, in 100- 
Ib. lots or more. 

Pedestals — Each 

^ and 1 inch $0.20 

IVa inch 28 

2 and 21/2 inch 40 

3 and aVa inch 48 

4and4y2 inch 60 

5 and 6 inch _.64 

Less .n% 

Brackets— 

(Wall)— Per Pair 

2-Tube $0.50 

3-Tube 60 

4-Tube 1-00 

5-Tube 1.00 

6-Tube 1.20 

7-Tube 1.50 

Kipples, Plugs & Bushings- 
Each 

Slip Nipples $0.07 

Air Vent Plugs 01 

11/2 -inch plugs and 

bushings 08 

Per Section 
Radiator rods $0.01 

Page 89— 

Radiator Hangers — 

F. S. 
(Prices quoted on application) 
Bronzes and Bronzing Liquids. 
Write for prices. 

Page 90 — 
Radiator Valves and Elbows — 

No. 10 69% 

No. 20 69% 

No. 30 .69% 

No, 40 541/2% 

No. 50 56% 

No. 60 49 % 

Page 91— 

Syphon Air Valves— Each 

No. 1 $0.90 

No. 3 1.40 

Air and Vacuum Valves— Each 

No. 2 $2.10 

No. 4 2.80 

No. 5 5-20 

No. 6 -^-lO 

No. 7 2.10 

Page 92— 
Radiator Valves — Each 

No. 1 $1-45 

No. 70 88 

No. 2 2.95 

No. 77 2.05 

No. 4 1.90 

No. 44 1.50 

No. 5 6.15 

Page 93— 

Radiator Valves — Each 

No. 6 $9.35 

No. 16 4.25 

No. 8 3.40 

No. ID 87 

No. 1933 43 



Page Si- 
Radiator Valves — Each 

No. 2B $2.30 

No. 6B 3.35 

No. 3C 1.75 

Marsh Valve-A-Teria. . 7.50 

Marvel Air Valves 75 

No. 19 3.60 

Page 95— 

Steam Gauges — 

Each $1.80 

Compound Retard Gauges — 

Each $3.50 

From Buffalo, N. Y. F.O.B. , 

Mpls, Each 

3^2 inch $1.75 

31/2 inch 2.50 

Vz inch 80 

Boilerene — Each 

5-lb. carton $1.50 

Hercules Boiler Solder — 

Per lb $2.75 

Hercules Boiler Liquid — 

Per quart $1.25 

Page 96 — 

Safety Feeders — Each 

No. 30-S $31.50 

No. 30-L 39.00 

No. 30-S-31 40.50 

No. 30-L-31 48.00 

No. 31 9.00 

No. 33 11.25 

No. 34 12.00 

Page 97 — 

F. S. 
From Buffalo, N. Y. 
Sylphon Water Regulators — 
Each 

No. 45 $12.00 

No. 45A 12.00 

No. 45B 12.00 

No. 46W 9.60 

Globe Supply Valves — 

No. 2— Each 

Va inch $0.30 

% inch 30 

% inch 35 

% inch 45 

% inch 55 

1 inch 75 

1% inch 1.15 

1^ inch 1,50 

2 inch 2.25 

Boiler Draw-Off Cocks — 

Write for prices. 
Hot Water Air Valves — 
Write for prices. 

Page 98 — 
Hot Water Heaters — Each 

No. 30 $ 6.10 

No. 1 8.15 

No. lA 13.15 

No. 2 17.45 

No. 2A 20.40 

No. 3 35.20 

No. 3A 41.20 

Super Taco — Prices and spe- 
cifications furnished on re- 
quest. 

Tacos Nos. 4, 5 and 6 — Prices 
and specifications furnished on 
request. 

Firepot Heaters — Prices and 
specifications furnished on re- 
quest. 



Page 99 — 

Hot Water Heating— 
F. S. 
F. O. B. Peru, Indiana. 
Class AA Thrush System- 
Each 

No. , $34.00 

No. 1 35.50 

No. 2 37.00 

No. 3 39.00 

Class A Thrush System— Each 

No. $38.00 

No. 1 29.50 

No. 2 31.00 

No. 3 33.00 

Class BB Thrush System — 

Each 

No. ..$25.00 

No. 1 26.50 

No. 2 28.00 

No. 3 30.00 

Page 100 — 
Hot Water Heating — 
Class B Thrush System — 

Each 

No. $19.00 

No. 1 20.50 

No. 2 22.00 

No. 3 24.00 

Class DD Thrush System- 
Each 

No. $23.00 

No. 1 24.50 

No. 2 26.00 

No. 3 28.00 

Class D Thrush System — 
Each 

No. $17.00 

No. 1 18.50 

No. 2 20.00 

No. 3 22.00 



Page 101 — 

Hot Water Heating — Thrush 
System — 

Imperial System — Each 

No. 1-F $16.00 

No. 2-P 17.50 

No. 3-F 19.50 

Type CA Thrush Equipment 

with Standard Dual Control 

Each 

No. $28.50 

No. 1 30.00 

With Master Dual Control — 
Each 

No. $30,00 

No. 1 31.50 

No. 2 33.00 

Type CC Thrush Equipment 

with Standard Dual Control 

Each 

No. $19.50 

No. 1 21.00 

With Master Dual Control — 

Each 

No. $21.00 

No. 1 22.50 

No. 2 24.00 



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Page 102 — 

Hot Water Heating Systems— 
F. S. 
F.O.B, Peru, Ind. 
Dual Control Unit — Each 

Standard $ 8.50 

Master 10.00 

Pressure Reducing Valve — 

Each 

No. 12— 

1^ inch , $6.00 

Water Relief Valves — Each 

No. 35 $3.50 

No. 40 2.25 

No. 45 2.25 

No. 55 2.75 

Page 103 — 

F. S. 

Damper Regulator — 
Each $9.00 

Forced Circulation System — 
Each 

No. 15P $42.50 

No. 22F 47.50 

No. 23F 55.00 

Differential Pressure Relief 
Valve — Each 

No. 4 $8.00 

Combination Gauge and 
Thermometer — 
Each $2.00 

Page 107— 
Warm Air Heaters — 

All less 50% 

Page 108 — 

Furnaces — 

Complete 

with Castings 
Casings only 

No. 136B2..$ 45.75 $ 39.90 

No. 140B2. . 55.75 48.55 

No. I44B2., 65.50 57.40 

No. 148B2.. 77.85 68.40 

No, 152B2.. 91.00 80.65 

No. 156B2.. 106.75 92,80 

No. 160B2.. 106.75 92.80 

No. 160B2.. 126.55 109.45 

Pa^e Ill- 
Syphon System — 
Warm Air Supply — 
licss 50% 

Page 112— 

Pipeless Furnaces — 
Double Side Wall Combina- 
tion. For 18, 20, 22, and 24 
inch Furnace add $25.00 to 
price of Pipeless Furnace. 
For 28 inch Furnace add 
$30.00 to price of Pipeless 
Furnace. 

F. S. 
F.O.B. Coldwater, Mich. 

Heat Distributors — 

All 50% 

Page 113— 

Pipeless Heaters — Each 

No. 136B1 $ 59.75 

No. 140B1 69.85 

No. 144B1 88.75 

No, 148B1 101.50 

No. 152B1 115.75 

No. 150B1 130.75 



Page US- 
Armstrong Furnaces — 
All ..50% 

Page 118— 
Northland Steel Furnaces — 

No Casing — Each 

No. 24-46N .$ 82.50 

No. 27-50N 94.00 

No. 30-52N 107.50 

With Casing- 
No. 24-46 $ 95.00 

No. 27-50 108.00 

No. 30-52 122.50 

Page 121— 

Silent Furnace Fan — 
F.O.B, Minneapolis, Minn. 
All 50% 

Page 122— 

Silent Furnace Fan Air 
Washer— P.O.B. Mpls., Minn. 
All 50% 

Page 123— 

Air Conditioner — 

AH 33 1/3% 

Page 125— 

F. S. 
F.O.B. Cedar Falls, Iowa. 
Automatic Drip Humidifier — 
Each 

No. 16 $12.50 

No. 20 16.00 

Page 126— 

Temperature Regulator — 

Electric Janitor $21.00 

No. L47-2 8.25 

Page 127— 
Jewell Temp. Regulator — 

Each 

No. J8 $24.00 

No. JO 9.40 

No. L215-1 7.90 

No. L209-1 6 75 

No. L204-2 6.75 

No. L208-2 7.90 

Page 128— 

Air Moisteners — 

Less 35 % 

Minnehaha Humidifier — 

Less 33 1/3% 

Page 129— 

Tropic Air Moistener — 
All 33 1/3% 

Humidifiers— 

F.O.B. Dowagic, Mich. 

Each 

Type "A" $ 5.75 

Type "D" 13,50 

Page 130— 

Register Shields — 

No. 1 33 1/3% 

Automatic Humidifiers — 

F.O.B. Chicago, 111. 

Each 

Skuttle $5.75 

Air Moisteners — PerDoz. 

No. 11 $4.50 

Re-Ly-O — 

All 35% 



Page 131— 
Air Moisteners — 
Simplex — 

Each $14.50 

Check Dampers^ — 
Adams No. 1 Complete — 

All sizes ...15% 

End Check Only— 

7 inch 15% 

8 inch 15% 

9 inch 15% 

Collars Only — 

All sizes 15% 

Adams No. 2 — Each 

6-7-8 $0.90 

9-10-11 .90 

Page 132— 
Furnace Clocks — 
Little Janitor — Each 

Tillery's $4.00 

Asbestos Papers- 
Sell in original rolls only — 
No. 12— PerCwt. 

Full rolls (100 lbs.) $7.10 
Half rolls (50 lbs.) 7.25 
No. 14— PerCwt. 

Pull rolls (100 lbs.) $7.10 
Half rolls (50 lbs.) 7.25 
18-inch wide- 
Half rolls (50 lbs.) $7.25 
Corrugated Paper— Per Roll 

Pull rolls $4.00 

Per Sq. Ft. 

Less $0.03 

Asbestos Air Cell Board — 

Per SQ. ft. 

2 Ply V2 inch $0,06 

3 Ply % inch 08 

4 Ply 1 inch 10 

5 Ply 11^ inch 12 

6 Ply IVa inch 14 

For less than full cartons add 

for cutting $0.75. 
Asbestos Mill Board — 
Thickness Per lb, 

1-32 $0.09 

1-16 09 

3-32 09 

^ii 09 

3-16 .09 

1/4 09 

% .09 

% 09 

Less than 5 sheets crating 
charge 35 cents per crate. 

Page 133— 

Asbestos Plastic Cement — 

50 or 100 lb. bag $2.20 

Small lots, per lb 03 

Asbestos Covering — 
Air Cell Sectional Covering 

2 ply % inch thick.. 69% 

3 ply % inch thick.. 65% 

4 ply 1 inch thick. .56% 
Wool Felt Sectional — 

V2 inch 69 % 

% inch 65% 

1 inch 56 % 

Asbestos Dry Paste — Per Lb. 

200 lb. Barrel $0.08 1/^ 

100 lb. Kegs 09 

50 lb. Drums 09^-^ 

25 lb. Palls 10 

10 lb. Bags lOV; 

5 lb. Bags 11 

2i{. lb. Bags 111^ 



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Page 133— Cont'd 
Larco Mineral Paste — ^Per Doz. 

2% lb. bags $3.00 

5 lb. Bags 5.50 

25 lb. Pails 30.00 

Furnace Cement — 

Rutland— Each 

1 lb. cans $0.09 

5 lb. cans 35 

10 lb. cans 70 

Page 134 — 

P. S. 
Furnace Cleaner — 
F. O. B. Chicago, 111. 
Each $139.50 

Page 137— 
Kwik-Lok Double Wall Stack 

AH 60% 

Crating Charge- 
On ail orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 138— 

Kwik-Lok Double Wall 

Fittings — 

All 60% 

Crating Charge- 
On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 139— 

Kwik-Lok Double Wall 

Fittings — 

All 60% 

Crating Charge- 
On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 140— 

Kwik-Lok Single Wall 

Fittings — 

All 60% 

Crating Charge — 
On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 141 — 

Kwik-Lok Double Wall 

Fittings — 

All 60% 

Crating Charge- 
On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 



Page 142 — 

Kwik-Lok Double Wall 
Fittings- 
All 60% 

Crating Charge — 
On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 143— 

Kwik-Lok Single Stack and 
Fittings — 

AH 60% 

Crating Charge — 

On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 144 — 

Kwik-Lok Double Wall 
Fittings — 

All 60% 

Crating Charge — 
On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 145— 

Single Wall Fittings- 
All 60% 

Crating Charge — 

On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 146— 

Single Wall Fittings- 
All 60% 

Crating Cha,rge — 

On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 147 — 

Floor Register Boxes — 

All 60% 

Crating Charge — 
On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over. 

No Crating Charge 

Page 148— 

Round Pipe and Elbows- 
All 60% 

Crating Charge — 
On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 



Page 149 — 

Furnace Pipe and Fittings- 
Galvanized and Black Pipe, 

Elbows and fittings 60% 

Galvanized Smoke Pipe and 90" 
Elbows, 24 and 26 gauge, 7 to 

12 inch ..60-10% 

Our furnace pipe comes in 
24-inch joints; 30-inch joints 
can be supplied but wiU delay 
filling of the order. 

Balance , 60 % 

Crating Charge — 
On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 150 — 
Cold Air Shoes, Etc. — 
All 60% 

Page 151— 

Cast Iron Smoke Pipe — Each 

8 inch 30% 

9 inch 30 % 

10 inch 30% 

F. S. 
F. O. B. Waterloo, Iowa. 

Each 

6 inch 30% 

12 inch 30% 

14 inch 30% 

16 inch 30% 

Crating Charged Extra at Cost 

Page 152— 

Furnace Cleaners — Each 
Skuttle $1.75 

Page 154 — 

Jones -National Registers — 
Less 40% 

Page 155 — 

Jones-National Registers — 
Less 40% 

Page 156 — 

Jones-National Registers — 
Less 40% 

Page 158— 

Registers — 

Less 40% 

Page 159 — 
Registers — 
Less 40% 

Page 160— 

Registers — 

Less 40ya 

Page 161— 

Baseboard Registers — 

Less 40% 

Page 162— 
Registers and Cold-Air Faces 
Less 40% 



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Page 163 — 
National One-Plece Registers 
Less 40% 

Page 164 — 
National One-Piece Registers 

All .40% 

Boots and Angles — 

Less 50-10% 

Crating Charge- 
On all orders under $5 25c 
On orders over $5 but 

less than $10 .45c 

Orders of $10 or over 

No Crating Charge 

Page 165— 
U S. Special Steel Faces— 
40% 

Page 166 — 

Registers Q Borders 40% 

Small Faces (under 

14x14) 40% 

Larger Faces (14x14 and 
Larger) ^5% 

Page 167— 

Cold-Air Faces- 
All so*^^ 

Page 168— 

Pulley Registers— Per Pair 
Regular Register price plus 

Pulleys ^O-^'J 

Indicator Plates 25 

Stove Pipe Registers and 

Ventilators — 

Adams— Per Doz. Sets 

6 inch $32.00 

7 inch 32.00 

Stove Pipe Cylinders— 

Per Doz. 

No. 8 $4.00 

No. 10 4.50 

No. 9 4.75 

Combination Ventilators — 

Each 
No. 108 40% 

Ceiling Ventilators — 
Less 40% 

Page 169— 
Ceiling Plates— 
For Adam's S. P. Reg. and 
Ventilators — 

6 inch $16.00 

7 inch 17.25 

Flue Stoppers — 

Kirsch Adjustable — 

Per Doz. 

Kirsch $1.35 

W-K 85 

Clark's Gem — 

No. 1 $0.90 

No. 3 80 

No. 37 80 



Page 169 — Cont'd 
Stove Pipe Collars — 
Crown — Per Doz. 

6 inch $0.35 

7 inch .45 

Stove Pipe Collars — 

No. 36 $0.45 

No. 46 45 

Stove Pipe Thimbles — 
Common K. D. — 
Sheet Iron Nested — 

Per Doz. 

3 inch $0.65 

4 inch 70 

Galv. Adjustable — 

No. 67 $0.65 

No. 676 90 

No. 89 1.60 

Common Cast Iron — 

6 inch $3.60 

7 inch 4.50 

8 inch 5.40 

9 inch 7.50 

Page 170— 
Draft Regulator and Fuel 
Saver— Each 

No. 4 $1-60 

No. 6 2.20 

No. 7 2.30 

No. 8 2.45 

No. 9 2.60 

No. 10 3.20 

F. S. 
F. O. B. St. Joseph, Mo. 

Each 

No. 3 $1.60 

No. 5 1.90 

No. 12 3.85 

Page 171 — 
Flue Eliminators— Per Doz. 

No. 48 $3.00 

No. 48C .v.... 2.40 

Page 172— 

Warm Air Pipe Dampers — 
Per Doz. 

7 inch $1.60 

8 inch 2.20 

9 inch 2.60 

10 inch 2.80 

12 inch 3.50 

14 inch 5.00 

Stove Pipe Dampers — 
Nickel Handles — Per Doz. 

3 inch $1.00 

4 inch 1.05 

5 inch 1.20 

6 inch 1.30 

7 inch 2.00 

8 inch 2.90 

9 inch 4.35 

10 inch 6.00 

12 inch 7.25 

Damper Clips — Per Doz. 

No. 21 Clips only $1.00 

No. 20 With Tail Piece 1.20 

Vails Adjustable Swing 

Chimney Top — Per Doz, 
Frames only $10.80 

With Hoods and Vanes — 

6 inch ...$18.50 

7 inch 19.80 

8 inch 21.00 

9 inch 22.75 

10 inch 24.50 



Page 172 — Cont'd 
Revolving Chimney Tops — 
Per Doz. 
No. 1^ $45,35 

F.O.B. Sterling, lU. 

No. 1 $42.40 

No. 3 59.20 

Page 173 — 

Chimney Caps — Per Doz. 

No. 10 $14.50 

No. 10% 14.50 

No. 12 24.40 

Roof Caps — Per Doz. 
6 inch $3.25 

Roof Saddles— Per Doz. 
No. 7 $4.85 

Car Saddles — Per Doz. 
No. 9 $6.00 

Peak — Per Doz. 
No. 8 $5.35 

Ash Doors and Frames— Each 

8x8 $0.54 

8x10 .70 

10x12 95 

12x15 2.25 

P. S. 

16x20 3.15 

Lots of 1 doz. Ex 5% 

Page 174 — 
Fuel Chutes— Each 

No. 1 *6.40 

Majestic — 

All .25% 

Page 175 — 

Steel Windows — 
Crescents Each 

No. 3113G $3.48 

No. 3113D 3.48 

No. 2112E 3.36 

Covers for Manhole Rings — 
Rings 
Rings with 
only covers 

No. IG $2.00 $ 3.75 

No. 2G 3.00 5.55 

No. 3G 4.75 9.05 

No. 4G 7.00 13.75 

Standard Cistern Rings and 
Covers — Each 

No. 20— 20-inch $2.75 

Garbage Receivers — 
All 25% 

Heavy Pattern Manhole Rings 
and Covers — 

Each 

Solid' or Rings 

Grated Rings with 

Covers onlv Cover 

No. 1H..$2.00 $2.00 $3.75 

No. 2H.. 3.00 3.00 5.55 

No. 3H.. 4.75 4.75 9.05 

No. 4H,. 7.00 7.00 13.75 

Solid 

only 

No. 5H 19.00 10.00 27.50 

No. lOH 3.50 6.90 



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Page 175 — Cont'd 
"A" Pattern — 
Medium Weight- 
Each 

Solid Covers — 

No. 3A $3.75 

No. 4A 5.25 

No. 5A 9.50 

No. 6A ..13.00 

Rings — 

No. 3A $3.75 

No. 4A 5.25 

No. 5A 9.50 

No. 6A... 13.00 

Grated Covers — 

No. 4A $5.25 

Rings with Covers — 

No. 3A $7.20 

No. 4A 9.60 

No. 5A 15.25 

No. 6A 25.00 

Page 176— 

Stove Pipe — 
Martin X Blue — 
(29 Gauge) 
24-inch Joints — 

Knocked Down — 

Less than 

Per Crate 
Crate Per Joint 

No. 31 $2.45 $0.13 

No. 41 2.60 .13^ 

No. 61 2.90 .14 

12 -inch Joints- 
No. 61 Vs.. ..$1.85 $0.09 
Made Up — 

No. 31M... $12.50 $0.14 

No. 41M... 13.00 .16 

No. 61M... 14.25 .17 

No. 71M... 16.90 .19 

12-inch Joints — 

No. 6iy2M..$8.70 $0.12 
Martin XX Galvanized — 
(28 Gauge) 
24-lnch Joints — 
Knocked Down — 

No. G32....$3.35 $0.16 

No. G42.... 3.75 .17 

No. G52.... 4.40 .19 

No. G62.... 4.75 .20 

No. G72.... 5.20 ,23 
Made Up — 

No. G52M. $20.25 $0.23 

No. G62M. 21.35 .24 
Martin XX Blue— 
(28 Gauge) 
24-inch Joints — 
Knocked Down — 

No. 32 $2.65 $0.14 

No. 42 2.75 .15 

No. 52 2.90 .16 

No. 62 3.00 .16 

No. 72 3.75 .18 

No. 82 4.75 .23 

12 -inch Joints — 

No. 62 1/2... $1.90 $0.11 

6 -inch Joints — 

No. 62 14... $1.35 $0.07 
Made Up — 

Pull Crate 

No. 32M.. $12.50 $0.15 

No. 42M.. 13.00 .16 

No. 52M.. 14.20 .17 

No. 62M.. 14.75 .18 

No. 72M.. 17.50 .20 

No. 82M.. 20.80 .25 

12 -inch Joints — 

No. 62y2M.$9.80 $0.13 



Page 176 — Cont*d 

6 -Inch Joints — 
No. 621AM. $7.60 $0.10 
Martin 4X Blue— 
(26 Gauge) 
24-inch Joints — 
Knocked Down — 

No. 64 $3.50 $0.17 

No. 74 4.25 .20 

12 -Inch Joints- 
No. 64 1/2... $2. 45 $0.12 
Made Up — 

No. 64M.. $17.00 $0.20 
No. 74M.. 20.25 .24 

12 -inch Joints — 
No. 64y2M $12.00 $0.15 
Range Pipe — 
Knocked down— 30-in. Jts. 
Martin 4X Polished — 
7-inch ..$0.23 $0.26 

Page 177 — 

Stove Pipe Elbows — 
Corrugated — 

Martin X Blue — 
(30 Gauge) 

— Per Dozen — 
Per Less 

Doz. than 
doz. 

No. 30C $1.00 $1.25 

No. 40C 1.05 1.30 

No. 50C 1.10 1.35 

No. 60C 1.15 1.40 

No. 70C 1.50 1.75 

Martin XX Blue — 
f 28 Gauere) 

No. 62C $1.35 $1.60 

No. 72C 1.65 1.90 

Martin 4X Blue — 
(26 Gauge) 

No. 64C. $1.60 $1.R5 

No. 74C 1.90 2.15 

Mprtin XX Galvanized — 
No. G42C....$2.20 $2.45 

No. G52C 2.45 2.70 

No. G62C 2.60 2.85 

Adjustable — 
Martin XX Blue— 
(28 Gaupre) 

— Per Dozen — 

No. 32A $1.70 $1.95 

No. 42A. 1.75 2.00 

No. 52A 1.80 2.05 

No. 62 A 1.85 2.05 

No. 72A 2.20 2.40 

No. 82 A 2.60 2.80 

Martin 4X Blue— 
(26 Gauee) 

No. 64A $2.20 $3.45 

No, 74A 2.55 2.80 

Martin XX Galvanized — 
(28 Gauffe) 

No. G32A $1.95 $2 20 

No. G42A 2.05 2.30 

No. G52A 2.20 2.45 

No. G62A 2.30 2.55 

No. G72A 2.70 2.95 

Taper Joints — 
Knorked Down — 
Martin X Blue — 

—Per Joint- 
No. 761 $0.15 $0.18 

Martin 4X Blue — 

No. 764 $0.18 $0.21 

Martin XX Blue — 

No. 762 $0.16 $0.19 

No. 162hi 11 .14 



Page 177— Cont'd 

Made Up— 

— Per Joint- 
Martin X Blue- 
No. 761M $0.18 $0.21 

Martin 4X Blue- 
No. 764M $0.21 $0.24 

Martin XX Blue- 
No. 762M $0.19 $0.22 

No. 762 V2M.. .14 .17 

Tee Joints — 
Martin XX Blue— 

, — Per Doz. — 

No. 62V2T $2.35 $2.90 

No. 62MT 4.00 4.55 

Martin 4X Blue — 

Reducers — 
Martin XX Blue— 

— Per Doz.— 

No. 3J2.20 $2.50 

No. 4 2.30 2.60 

No. 1 2.70 2.95 

No. 21 1.65 1.95 

Page 178— 

Stove Pipe and Elbows — 
Pipe 24 inches Long. 

Per Doz. 

3 inch $5.20 

4 inch 6.35 

5 inch 7.50 

6 inch.. 8.60 

7 inch ...10.75 

Pipe 12 inches Long. 

Per Doz. 

3 inch $3.10 

4 inch 3.65 

5 inch 4.25 

6 inch 4.75 

7 inch 5.85 

Adj. Elbows, 4 Piece. 

Per Doz. 

3 inch $2.95 

4 inch 3.85 

5 inch 4.75 

6 inch 5.70 

7 inch 7.25 

Collars — 

All sizes, dozen.. $2.50 

Taper Joints — 

24 inches long — Price of full 

joint large end, plus. 20% 

12 inches long — One -half 

price of full taper, 

plus 20% 

Note — Standard packages of 
all items contain one dozen 
each of sizes 5 inch and 
smaller; V2 dozen each in 
larger sizes. For broken pack- 
ages add 10%. 
Tees — 

Price of two full joints. 
Stove Pipe — 

Martin Snapper — 
(25 joints to a crate. We do 
not break crates.) 

28 Gauge — 

Less than 

Crate 

Per Crate Per Jt. 

No. 628S $3.00 $0.16 

No. 728S 3.75 .18 

26 Gauge- 
No. 626S $3.50 $0.17 

No. 7263 4.25 .20 



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Page 179— 






Stove Boards- 




No. 15— 








Less than 


Case Lots Case Lots 


26x26.. 


. $14.15 


$14.90 


28x28.. 


. 16.20 


17.05 


30x30.. 


. 18.40 


19,35 


33x33.. 


. 21.90 


23.05 


36x36.. 


. 25.95 


27.30 


No. 18— 






24x36.. 


. $17.25 


$18.15 


26x32.. 


. 16.55 


17.40 


28x34. . 


. 18.95 


19.95 


30x38.. 


22.60 


23.75 


32x42.. 


25.90 


27.20 


No. 21— 






26x26.. 


$ 7.55 


$ 7.95 


28x28.. 


8.45 


8.90 


30x30.. 


9.55 


10.05 


32x32.., 


10.95 


11.50 


35x35.., 


13.20 


13.90 


No. 24— 






26x30.. 


$ 8.80 


$ 9.25 


28x34.. 


10.45 


11,00 


30x36.., 


11.85 


12.45 


Brown Diamond- 






Per Doz. 




Less than 


Case Lots Case Lots 


24x24... 


$ 3.30 


$ 3.55 


26x26... 


3.75 


4.00 


28x28... 


4.30 


4.60 


36x30... 


4.80 


5.15 


26x30... 


4.30 


4.60 


28x30... 


5.15 


5.45 


No. 97— 






26x26... 


$ 7.55 


$ 7.95 


28x28... 


8.45 


8.90 


30x30... 


9.55 


10.05 


32x32... 


10.95 


11.50 


35x35... 


13.20 


13.90 


No. 101— 






26x30.. 


$ 8.80 


$ 9.25 


28x34... 


10.45 


11.00 


Nos. 88 and 89— 




28x28.. 


$16.20 


$17.05 


30x30.. 


18.40 


19.35 


33x33.. 


21.90 


23.05 


36x36.. 


25.95 


27.30 


Nos. 91 and 94— 




24x36.. 


$17.25 


$18.15 


26x32.. 


16.55 


17.40 


28x34,. 


18.95 


19.95 


30x38.. 


22.60 


23.75 


32x42,. 


25.90 


27.20 


No.9— 






24x24.. 


$ 6.25 


$ 6.55 


26x26.. 


7.05 


7.40 


28x28.. 


7.95 


8.35 


30x30.. 


9.15 


9.60 


32x32.. 


10.30 


10.85 


35x35., 

1 


12.85 


13.50 


F. O. B, /^ 


Lshville, N. 


C. 


Mica— 






Assortmen 


t, Each. . . 


..$8.75 



14 -lb. pkg., list less 60% 

Envelope, list less 70 % 



Page ISO- 
Coal Hods^ 

Per Doz. 

No. 117... .$3.70 

No. 118 3.90 

No. 617 4.60 

No. 618 5.00 

No. 620. 6.60 

No. 86 .,,.. 7.00 



Page 181^ 
Stove Shovels — Per Doz. 

"Jumbo" $1.35 

No. 1 1.50 

No. 2. 1.70 

No. 57 1.00 

No. 80 50 

Fire Pokers — Per Doz. 

No. 4S $0.75 

No. 404S. 2.00 

No. IB 75 

Furnace Pokers — Per Doz. 

No. 605 $4.00 

No. 161... 4.00 

Stove Scrapers — Per Doz. 
No. 13 $0.30 

Stove Cover Lifters — Per Doz. 

No. 2 $0.70 

No. 5N 60 

Clinker Tongs — Per Doz. 
No. 94 $6.00 

Boiler and Furnace Coils — 
All 50% 



Page 182— 
Carbonoid— Per Doz. 

14-oz. containers $1.50 

2-lb. cans 3.00 

Furnace Cement — 
Rutland — Each 

l-lb. cans $0.09 

5-lb. cans 35 

10-lb. cans 70 

Iron Cement — Per Doz. 

No. 1 Smooth On — 

l-lb. cans $4.80 

7-oz, cans 2.75 

C-LER-TITE— 

Per dozen $0.75 

Asbestos Stove Lining Cement 

Per Doz. 

3-lb. papers $2.20 

6-lb. papers 3.60 



Patching Plaster — 
Universal — 

21^-lb. size 

5 -lb. size 

Patching Plaster — 



Per Doz. 
....$1.90 
.... 3.25 

Per Doz. 



Rutland — 

No. 3 $1.80 

No. 6 3.00 

No. 10 4.20 

No. 15 6.00 

Full Case Lots — 

Extra 10% 

Concrete Patcher — Per Doz. 

No. 3 $1.80 

No. 5 3.00 



Page 183 — 

Stove Trucks— Baltzly's— 

Each 

No. 24 $8.00 

F. O. B. Factory In Illinois. 
No. 24 Rubber Tires, 

extra $4.50 

Stove Casters — Per Set 

No. 700 $1.18 

Stove Shaker Assortments — 

Per Ass't. 

Two-in-one $1.95 

We do not break assort- 
ments. 
Malleable Crank Shakers — 

Per assortment $2,60 

Open stock. 
Square — Per Doz. 

% Inch... ..$3.00 

% Inch 3.00 

Triangular — Per Doe. 

% inch.. $3.00 

% inch 3.00 

We do not break assort- 
ments. 

Stove Polish — 
Black Silk- 
Liquid— Per Ddz. 

No. 6. $1.30 

No. 8 1.75 

Paste — Per Doz. 

No. 5. $1,20 

Per Can 

No. 20 $0.95 

Rising Sun — 
Per gross.... ..$10.80 

Per dozen .95 

Enamellne (Paste) — 

Gross Doz. 

No. 4, Medium $10.80 $0.95 

No, 6, Large 15.60 1.40 

Flour City Per Case 

No. 66 $2.25 

Per Doz. 

Small lots $0.80 

Stove Pipe Enamel — 
Flour City — Per Case 

No. 77 $2.25 

Per Doz. 
Small lots $0.80 

Page 184— 

Stovoll — 

Per dozen $3.12 

Iron Enamel, Complete 
Assortment — Per Doz. 

No. 15 $1.08 

No. 25 1.80 

No. 70 5.04 

Stove Polish — 
Fyr-Pruf — 
Per case (3 dozen) . .$4.00 

Per dozen 1.40 

Stove Enamel — 
Black Silk— Per Doz. 

Iron Enamel $1 ,85 

Black Jack — 

All 40% 

Weather Strips — 

Clincher, Double Contact — 
Per 100 Ft. 

No. 70 $1.60 

No. 71 1.60 

No. 71 V^ , .. 2.25 

No. 74 3.00 

No. 75 4.00 

For broken cartons — 
Add 10% 



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Page 184 — Cont'd 
Flexible Felt^ 
S & Q— Per 100 Ft. 

No. 13 $2.65 

No. 14 2.90 

For broken boxes — 

Add 10% 

White Metal Felt Weather 
Strip — 
Protecto — 

Pull cartons 40 % 

Broken cartons . . 33 Mj % 

Page 185— 

Weather Strips — 

Home Comfort — Per 100 Ft. 

500 -foot reels $2.50 

100-foot coils....... 2.60 

Servall — 

500-foot reels $1.30 

Less $1.40 

Door Bottom Strips — Per Doz. 

32 inch.. $2.25 

36 inch 2.50 

42 inch 2.75 

Home — Per 100 Ft. 

% inch $1.65 

1 inch 1.95 

1% inch 2.25 

Thermwool — Per Doz. Pkgs. 

No. 25 $0.70 

No. 75 1.45 

Nu-Felt— 
Cartons — ^Dozen $0.65 

Page 186— 

All Metal Weatherstrip — 
Pull tube of 252 feet. 

Per Tube 

Style A $12.60 

Style B 8.82 

Broken Tubes — Per Ft. 

Style A $0.05y3 

Style B 04 

7 foot lengths only carried in 
stock; other lengths F. S. 
F. O. B. Chicago, 111. 

Page 187— 

Full Tubes of 252 feet — 

Per Tube 

Style D $13.86 

Style T 15.12 

Broken Tubes — Per Ft. 

Style D.. $0.06 

Style T 06y2 

7 foot lengths only carried in 
stock; other lengths F. S. 
F. O. B. Chicago, 111. 

Page IBS- 
Carriage Heaters — 
Clark's — 

All 30% 

P.S. 
No. 3D (other than 

Minn.) 30% 

Carriage Heater Coal — 
Clarks (Dozen lots) . . .$0.84 
Case lots, per case 9.75 

Page ISO- 
Tank Heaters — Each 

With grate $12.50 

Less gratd 11.50 



Page 190— 
Tank Heaters — Each 

Acme — 

No. 2. $5.95 

No. 4.. 7.25 

No. 6 9.85 

Zero 4.50 

No. 1003 6.45 

No. 1003G 7.70 

Page 191 — 
Feed Cookers — 

S. & Q. — 

All 50% 

Perfection — Each 

No. 40 $15.40 

No. 60 17.80 

No. 75 19.75 

No. 100., 21.35 

Caldron — 

40 gallon $6.30 

50 gallon 6.75 

60 gallon. 7.60 

Pages 197-199 

Gas Ranges — 

Single lots 40% 

6 or more 40-5% 

Pages 201-203 — 
Gas Ranges — 

Single lots 40% 

6 or more 40-5% 

Page 205 — 

Gas Ranges — 

Single lots ..40% 

6 or more 40-5% 

Page 206^ — 

Washington Gas Ranges — 

Each 

No. 3270-5 $47.50 

No. B3270-5.. 46.50 

Page 208 — 
Gas Ranges — Each 

No. 3170-5 $42.50 

No. B3170-5 41.50 

No. 3100-5 29.50 

No. B3100-5 28.50 

Page 209 — 

Gas Cookers — Each 

No. 136-5S $20.00 

No. 136-5 16.00 

No. 136S 11.50 

No. 136 9.00 

No. B136-5S. 20.00 

No. B136-5 16.00 

No. B136S 11.50 

No. B136 9.00 

Page 210 — 

Hot Plates — Each 

No. 18 $1.15 

No. 28 2.25 

No. 38 3.40 

No. 39 3.85 

No. 2020 2.85 

No. 2030 4.50 

Gas Hose Cocks — Per Doz. 

No. le— 

% Inch $1.60 

V2 inch 1.80 

% inch 2.75 



Page 210 — Cont'd 
Gas Stove Tubing — PerLgth. 

2 foot lengths $0.10 

3 foot lengths 12 

4 foot lengths 16 

5 foot lengths... 20 

6 foot lengths 25 

8 foot lengths 32 

Per Ft. 
Longer than 8 feet $0.04 

Cloth Insertion Hose — 

Per 100 Ft. 

A inch $4.50 

1^ inch 4.80 

% inch 5.10 

i/a inch 5.75 

Liberty Gas Lighter — 
Per dozen $0.90 

Extra Tips — 
Per dozen $0.40 

Page 211— 

Gas Water Heaters — Each 

No. 20 $4.65 

No. 25U 6.40 

No. SOU 6.85 

P.S. 
F. O. B. Cleveland, Ohio. 

No. SOU $17.50 

20 Gallon $35.75 

30 Gallon 40.75 

F.S. 

40 Gallon $50.00 

Safety Pilot, $4.00 additional 

Page 212— 

Restaurant and Cafe Ranges 

F. O. B. Quincy, 111. 

Write for prices 

Page 214 — 

Gas Circulator Heaters — 

Each 
No. lOOH Without 

Fan $70.00 

No. lOOHF With Fan 81.00 

Page 215 — 

Gas Circulator Heaters — 

Each 

No. 22A $18.00 

No. 35A 27.00 

No. 50A 40.00 

No. 70A 50.00 

No. 50AF 46.00 

No. 70AF 56.00 

Page 216 — 
Space Heaters — 

All 40-107o 

Pages 217-218— 

Space Heaters — 
All 33%% 

Page 224 — 

Security Gas Furnace — 
F.S. 
P. O. B. Kansas City, Mo. 
Actual freight allowed up to 
$0.50 Cwt. 

All 50% 

On all other items write for 
net prices. 



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Page 232 — 

Floor Furnaces — 

F.S. 
P. O. B. Kansas City, Mo. 
Actual freight allowed up to 
$0.50 Cwt. 

All 50% 

Automatic Pressure Control 
Write for prices. 

Page 234 — 

Basement Unit Heater 
F.S. 
F. O. B, Kansas City, Mo. 
With actual freight allowed 

up to $0.50 Cwt. 
All 50% 

Page 236 — 

Conversion Gas Burner — 

F.S. 
F. O. B. Kansas City, Mo. 
Actual freight allowed up to 

$0.50 Cwt. 
All 40-10% 

Types 2 and 3 — 
Prices quoted on request. 

Page 237 — 

Security Gas Burner — 
F.S. 
P. O. B. Kansas City, Mo. 
With actual freight allowed 
up to $0.50 Cwt. 

All 50% 

All Types 2 and 3 write for 
prices. 

Page 238 — 

Security Gas Burner — 
F.S. 
F. O. B. Kansas City, Mo. 
With actual freight allowed 
up to $0.50 Cwt, 

All 50% 

All Types 2 and 3 write for 
prices. 

Page 239 — 

Security Gas Burner — 
F.S. 
F. O. B. Kansas City, Mo. 
With actual freight allowed 

up to $0.50 Cwt. 
All 50% 

Page 240 — 

Conversion Gas Burner — 

F.S. 

F. O. B, Kansas City, Mo. 

I With actual freight allowed 

up to $0.50 Cwt. 

Write for net prices. 

Page 242 — 

Range Oil Burners — 

All ...50% 

Page 243 — 

Range Oil Burners — 
All 50% 

Page 246 — 

Hot Water Heaters — 
All 50% 



Page 249 — 

Sterno Three -in-One Com- 
bination — Per Doz. 

No. 15 $8.00 

Stemo Canned Heat — 

Per Doz. 

No. 4006 $0.90 

No. 4008 2.25 

Sterno Heat In Tubes — 

Per dozen $0.90 

Stemo Torch Sets — 

Per dozen sets $2.00 

Page 250 — 

Pressure Kerogas Ranges — 
F.S. 
P. O. B. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Each 
No. 910 $58.50 

Page 251 — 
Pressure Kerogas Stoves — 

F.S. 
P. O. B. Milwaukee, Wis, 

Each 

No. 960R $55.00 

No. 960L.. 55.00 

Page 252 — 

Pressure Kerogas. Stoves — 

F.S. 
P. O. B. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Each 

No. 934AR $35.25 

No. 934AL. 35.25 

Page 253 — 

Kerosene Water Heaters — 

Each 

No. 20KW $15.00 

No 20GK 17.50 

F.S. 
P. O. B. Cleveland, Ohio. 

Each 
"Twin K. W,". $30.00 

Page 254 — 

Kerogas Oil Range — 
F.S. 
P. O. B. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Each 
No. 9000A $49.75 

Page 255 — 

Kerogas Oil Range — 
F.S. 
P. O. B Milwaukee, Wis. 

Each 

No. 8560WR $36.00 

No. 8560WL 36.00 

No. 8560GR 36.00 

No. 8560GL 36.00 

Page 256^ — 

Kerogas Oil Range — 
F.S. 
P. O. B Milwaukee, Wis. 

Each 

No. 8360WR $29.75 

No. 8360WL. 29.75 

No. 8360GR 29.75 

No. 8380GL 29.75 



Page 257— 

Oil Cook Stoves — 
No Shelf— Each 

No. 229GI $10.10 

No. 239GI 13.00 

No. 249GI 15.75 

With Shelf— Each 

No. 229GIS $12.90 

No. 239GIS 16.15 

No. 249GIS 19.85 

Page 258— 

Kerogas Cook Stoves — 
No Shelf — Each 

No. 1292GI $13.25 

No. 1293GI 16.00 

No. 1294GI 19.00 

With Shelf— Each 

No. 1292GLS $15.30 

No. 1293GLS 18.65 

No. 1294GLS. 22.35 

Page 259— 

High Shelves — 
Plain— Each 

No. 29GI $3.05 

No. 39GI 3,40 

No. 40GI 4.10 

Page 260— 

Oil Ranges and Stoves — 

Each 

No. 2460DR $25.00 

No. 2460DL 25.00 

No. 302D 8.70 

No. 303D 11.15 

No. 304D 13.80 

No. 302DS 10.45 

No. 303DS 13.25 

No. 304DS 16.30 

Page 261 — 
Oil Ranges 

P R 
F. O. B. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Each 

No. 2560DR $28.25 

No. 2560DL 28.25 

No. 2550DR 26.00 

No. 2550DL. 26.00 

Page 262— 

Oil Ranges and Stoves — 

F.S. 
P. O. B. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Each 

No. 5460DR $23.75 

No. 5460DL 23,75 

No. 62D 8.20 

No. 63D 10.10 

No. 64D 12.35 

No. 2BG Shelves 1.75 

No. 3BG Shelves 2.10 

No, 4BG Shelves. .... 2.50 

Page 263— 

Oil Ranges — 

F.S. 
F. O, B. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Each 

No. 5560DR ...$26.75 

No. 5560DL 26.75 

No. 5550DR 24.75 

No. 5550DL 24.75 



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Paffe 264— 
Blue Flame Oil Stoves — 

Each 

No. 032 $4.15 

No. 033 5.50 

No. 31 3.00 

No. 32... 3.75 

No. 33 5.00 

Anchor Wickless Oil Stove — 

Each 
No. 30 $1.75 

Page 265 — 

Oil Cooking Stove Parts — 

All 50% 

Wicks — Per Doz. 

No. 20— 

Small lots $2.23 

3 dozen lots 2.13 

Per Gross 
Gross lots $23.90 

Page 266— 
Oil Cooking Stove Parts — 

All 50% 

Wicks— Per Doz. 

No. 30 $3.65 



Page 267— 

F.S. 
Parts for Premier Oil Stoves- 



All 



.50% 



Page 268— 
Portable Ovens — Each 

No, 667 $4.35 

No. 2337 2.35 

No. 2332 1.75 

No. 1514 2.35 

No. 1201 1.10 

No. 114 80 

No. 180.,.. 60% 

Page 269— 

Ovens— Each 

No. 60RR $4.90 

No. 16RR 3.45 

No. 50W 4.35 

No. 22 2.40 

No. 10 2.00 

No. 120 1.90 

No. 102 80 

No. 104 95 

No. 103 75 

Page 270 — 

Coleman Radiant Heaters — 

Each 
No. 5A ....$19.00 

Page 271— 

Coleman Radiant Heaters — 

Each 
No. 16 $11.60 

Page 273— 

Kerogas Duplex Heater — 

Each 
No. 622 $18.50 



Page 274 — 

Oil Heaters — Each 

No. 118X $4.25 

No. 30K 5.40 

No. 75K 7.15 

Page 275— 

Coleman Camp Stoves — 

Each 

Model No. 2P $8.30 

Model No. 6P 4.15 

Model No. 9P.. 6.30 

High Stands — Each 

No. 10 $1.35 

Lanterns — Each 

No. 242JR $4.15 

Page 276— 

Parts for Coleman Camp 

Stoves — 

F ^ 

P. O, B. Chicago, 111. 

All Less 33%% 

Siphons — Each 

No. 630 $0.40 

Page 278— 

Room Heater — Each 

Model P $18.50 

Page 279— 

Oil Burning Room Heater — 

Each 
Model D .,, $30.25 

Page 280— 
Hot-Blast Oil-Burning Super 
Furnace — 
All 50% 

Page 282— 

Furnace Burner — Each 

With Manual Control $27.50 

F. O. B. Orange City, Iowa. 
With Electrical Thermo- 
static Control $45.00 

Page 284 — 

Oil Burners — 

Single lots 33V3% 

3 or more 40 % 

Page 286— 

Fuel Saver, Humidifier and 
Air Washer — 

All Less 50 % 

Page 288 — 

Automatic Humidifier and Air 
Washer — 

All Less 50% 

Page 289 — 

Tank Heaters — Each 

No. 11 $16.00 

No. 12 17.30 



Page 290— 

Tank Heaters- 
No. 13 



Each 
.$9.00